I love snapping photos on my phone. As much as I adore my DSLR camera, it’s not with me all the time like my phone is. And I love putting our photos and videos in little movies with music so everyone can see. I tried a new free app this weekend that categorizes your events and makes movies of them automagically. (<—Isn’t that a fun word?)
We were outside playing in the water and I snapped a few photos and a little video. The RealTimes™ app had it all ready in a little video for me right away.
If you want, you can change the title, transitions, music and effects, but you don’t have to. It’s already done – you don’t have to edit anything!
When you open the RealTimes™ app it shows you your recent activity, things you’ve taken photos of organized by date. Touch the day and it will quickly pull up a video featuring photos from that day. You can remove the ones you don’t want, make adjustments if you’d like and then save it. If you’d rather go through all of your photos individually, you can do that, too.
Your Life. Now Playing.
Think about it, every single event, play date, afternoon outing, holiday, etc. can have it’s own little video stored away. The videos are stored on the cloud and you get 7GB of space when you sign up for free. There are two subscription plans if that isn’t enough for you – $4.99 for an additional 25GB of storage and $9.99 for an unlimited plan letting you access all music tracks, filters and effects for unlimited story duration and storage use for up to 15 devices. Plus you can easily share with your friends, too! Instead of sending photo after photo (and especially huge video files) you can send a movie! They don’t have to have the app, either. You can share it on Facebook, Twitter or even email it directly to them.
This app really couldn’t be easier to use and it’s so cool. I’m excited to start building my collection of videos.
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.