Users of the recently released Hyperlapse time-lapse video application from Instagram can now use the app for selfies – or a #selfielapse, as it may be — as an update to the iOS app allows users to shoot videos via the front-facing cameras on their mobile devices.
Hyperlapse, the new time-lapse video application from Instagram, has only been available since late August, but it has already found its way into a music video by Fall Out Boy, by way of agency Beutler Ink.
Bluetooth-speaker manufacturer Jam Wireless Audio may have been one of the first brands to tap the new Hyperlapse time-lapse video application from Instagram for marketing purposes, but it now has plenty of company, as the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network shared some more examples in a post on the Instagram for Business blog.
Bluetooth-speaker manufacturer Jam Wireless Audio became one of the first brands to jump on the Hyperlapse bandwagon, releasing a video that it shot using the time-lapse-video application rolled out by Instagram earlier this week.
It seems as if there is no end in sight to the competition between two popular video-sharing social media platforms — and their parents. Instagram (Facebook’s adorable toddler) and Vine (Twitter’s unruly teenager) have been neck and neck with updating their platforms and adding new features constantly. You can read about Instagram’s latest and greatest, futuristically named Hyperlapse, here, but let’s see how Vine measures up.
Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network Instagram announced the launch of Hyperlapse, a stand-alone application (currently available only for iOS) that allows users to create high-quality time lapse videos.