Software developer TwitVid.com announced the release of TwitVid [App Store], the company's video sharing application for Apple's iPhone 3GS handset, on Monday. TwitVid enables you to share videos you’ve created on your iPhone 3GS with your friends and contacts on Twitter. The application also works with Facebook, MySpace and YouTube and boasts an “AutoShare” feature.
The iPhone 3GS is the first iPhone to finally have the ability to capture and even directly upload video over the 3G network, and you guys sure are using it. Since the launch of the 3GS last friday, daily mobile uploads to YouTube have increased 400%. They have been increasing regularly prior to the launch, but only at a rate of about 1,700% in the previous six months.
Videos claiming to have been taken on an iPhone 3G S have started appearing on YouTube. The quality appears to have been affected by YouTube's compression, but seems to be accurate. You can check them out after the break.
We're not sure how this managed to slip past us, but the iPhone and iPod touch 2.0 Software adds one more very important feature that we didn't realize until just now, and it will likely change the way you use the web on your iPhone. The new 2.0 software adds the ability to view embedded YouTube apps! (Hurrah!)