What you need to know about the BBC’s new app for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
The BBC’s mobile app for iPhones and iPads has been overhauled, bringing with it new features that include a new camera app, video calling, live video streaming and live video editing.
It’s also bringing a number of other new features, including video editing capabilities and a feature that allows users to make edits of videos, as well as an improved video search tool.
The app has also seen a number new features introduced to the video search interface, including “buzzing” the results to get the most recent clips.
“This is really helpful,” said a BBC spokesperson.
“It lets you filter the results by any keyword and then you can add videos to it, or if you want to see videos in the app that aren’t available on the app, you can use that search.”
Another new feature is the ability to save a clip to a video memory for offline viewing.
“Now you can save the video, it’s a lot more powerful than before,” said the BBC spokesperson, adding that it is “still very much in beta”.
However, the app has seen a couple of significant changes.
First, the new video editor for the app is now a video editor that is based on the iPhone’s new video processor, instead of the one that Apple was using with the iOS 8 video editor, which was an older processor.
“There are lots of new features in the new iPhone video editor so we wanted to make sure we got the best performance possible,” said BBC Worldwide Head of Video.
“We have also upgraded the camera app so that it’s not only faster but it’s easier to use.
And we have brought back the ‘buzz’ feature, which is really a great way to find out what the most popular clips are right away.”
Second, the video playback feature has been moved to a new section called “Playback” that has more details about the videos being watched.
The feature lets users create and share video clips for playback and to add to their own clips.
The BBC’s “New Video” section is also now called “Video Editor” and shows how a new video is being watched, including the name of the user who is currently viewing it.
It also includes an overview of the current playback status of each clip.
Third, “Playlist” now shows the current playlist.
“You can use the Playlist to find a new clip that’s been playing recently and add it to your existing playlist,” said an BBC spokesperson in an email to Ars.
“When you add a clip from the playlist to your playlist, you’ll also see a ‘play’ icon in the top right corner of the screen so you can watch that clip.”
Fourth, “Listen to” has been added to the Video Editor section, which lets users listen to clips on the BBC iPlayer.
The new video playback features are the latest in a series of new improvements to the BBC app for iPhone and iPad, which have been in the works for a while.
The BBC has been working on its own video editing app for iOS for years, and the new app brings those features to the iPhone and a number other iOS devices.
The Apple-owned company is expected to release a video editing tool for the iPad later this year, and it’s also been looking at ways to integrate video editing features into its existing app.