YouTube’s founders have rolled out their own answer to popular video apps such as Vine. It’s called MixBit, and unlike Vine and other video apps it allows users to “remix” other users’ work for movies up to an hour long.
In an interesting departure from the YouTube model, all submissions to MixBit are done anonymously, and there is no system for posting comments on videos. Anyone who’s ever accidentally read a YouTube comment knows this is a good thing.
Right now MixBit is only available for the iPhone (you can download it here), but Android users are assured that they’ll be able to get it too in the coming weeks.
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