The developers of the video blogging and sharing app, Viddy have renamed their Venice, California based company to Supernova, and have released two new iOS apps, Epic and Clique.
Despite the popularity of other video apps like Vine and the Instagram Video, Supernova says that Viddy has maintained a loyal following, since it was one of the first popular video sharing apps of its kind. Viddy allows users to shoot, post, and edit 15-second videos complete with background music, and special effect filters. Content can also be shared on popular social networks.
The latest offering in the Supernova line of products include an app called EPIC [No Longer Available], which enables users to watch and share looping slow motion videos with their friends. To use the app, users must register with their Facebook or Twitter account, or use their existing Viddy credentials. The app is useful for fun action events and activities. And as with the Viddy app, users can follow other EPIC users.
The other new release is Clique [No Longer Available], an app for sharing photos privately and anonymously with trusted friends. Similar to Snapchat, Clique allows users to customize photos with stickers, text, drawings, and overlays. But Clique is more focused on group sharing, and members of a network, or clique, can share and comment on photos anonymously. Users are not limited to a single group.
Supernova will continue to support Viddy and bring other new apps online.