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Webscape: Create, mix and share videos

Kate Russell's weekly review of the best apps and websites.

Steve Chen and Chad Hurley, the people behind YouTube, know their online video. Their latest venture, Mixbit, is a free video recording, editing and sharing app for iPhone and Android with a social, remixing twist in the tail that sets this apart from the crowd a little.

Social media is a huge part of life online, but if you're trying to maintain multiple identities across different platforms it can end up being a massive time-sink. Plugg.io is a browser-based account manager that lets you connect multiple Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, then set up all manner of scheduled, automatic and cross posting to simplify your social activity.

If you are more of a Google Plus fan RecommendedUsers is a great place to browse for interesting people to put in your circles. Broken down into category there are some really fascinating faces in here.

From YouTube to Food Tube - how about a tasty treat served up by TV Chef, Jamie Oliver in this free channel stuffed full of great cooking videos?

On Friday the draw for the 32 national teams qualified for the upcoming Fifa World Cup finals in Brazil took place and to mark the occasion the official Fifa app was launched, free on iOS and Android.

With the festive season now well under way the Lambrini Bodyguard app launched this week too on iOS and Android. Use the unit counter to keep track of your booze levels to drink responsibly and UK users can tap into the Get Me Home feature, which has information about the best route home including last train or bus schedules.

You can even use it to send a message to your friends when you leave the party and get home - just in case you have had too much fun to type a message yourself.

Watch more clips on the Click website. If you are in the UK you can watch the whole programme on BBC iPlayer.

  • 06 Dec 2013
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