The Sony Video Connector Android app has just hit the Market this week. It’s another curious addition to Sony’s Android app portfolio it’s been quietly growing in the last few months, and it’s aimed at delivering iMovie style video editing on your Google phone.
For £2.49, the Sony Video Connector will let you splice separate video clips together, although it’s rather limited in that they all have to be of the same resolution. When paired with Sony’s recently released Video Trimmer Android app, you could start piecing together your own movies on the go.
Combined, they sort of make an iMovie rival, but it’s still a strange move for a company supposedly trying to stop departmental warfare and work in harmony. Why are there two apps (So you pay twice), and has Sony not noticed there’s a movie editor in Android Honeycomb (Which powers its tablet) and in Ice Cream Sandwich, which will presumably power its new smartphones now it’s bought out Ericsson?
Regardless, you can check out how it works in the video below, and hit the link at the bottom to download it if you’ve got an Android 2.1 device or up.
Today also sees the release of a Sony Photo Editor Android app, which for £1.99 lets you add silly stencils and other nonsense