Today We’re going to share with you 5 apps that every YouTuber should have in their mobile phone installed. If this is your first time here and you want to know how to grow your channel, make videos and all types of other YouTube related stuff, then keep following this blog so you don’t miss anything. Before we give you our list, let us know what apps you are using to help you with your YouTube creations, down in the comments below.
If you don’t have a computer-based editor and you want to make your thumbnail photos look incredible or even to improve the quality of the thumbnails that you use inside your videos, then ‘Snapseed’ is the solution for you. Snapseed allows you to add brightness, contrast, saturation; add ambiance to your photos and all types of other things that really make your photos grab attention and stand out from other photos that are out there in the internet. It is super-easy to use this apps and more importantly you can edit your photos using it while on the go.
In a nutshell, open camera lets you dial in all of your settings for your phone camera. In my case, I have a Samsung S7. When I do the selfie version (when I use the front-cam), it kind of doesn’t really perform that well. However, if I use open-cam, I can make all of these adjustments to make the picture look a lot better. Having that ability to dial-in your settings and hold the exposure in your phone camera is fantastic. Because it can help you shoot really good-looking views and footage that you can use in your videos. If you have a vlogs or any type of content on the run, then it can really help you dial-in, how good your video content looks. And when I say dial-in, what I basically mean by that is it makes that look better.
This apps is awesome. If you’re somebody that makes videos on your phone, or if you’re someone who wants to make some cool transitions or some text-slides, introduce the next segment in your video. In a case like these you could use this great phone apps known as ‘Legend’. Technically I can use ‘Legend’ to create the slides that would go in between each section if I were using slides.
With ‘Legend’ it is so easy to use, all you have to do is to put in the text you want and Legend will pre-make all of these awesome graphics for you. Once you have the graphics you want or the look you want, you can export those and use them in the files of your phone or computer. There’s a huge array of options in here; unfortunately you can’t customize them fully, but for what it is they offer they actually look pretty cool right out of the game.
YouTube creator studio: one of must-have apps
If you’re not already using the ‘creator studio’ apps to help manage your YouTube channel, then you definitely need to download it right now. The creator studio apps will let you deal with the comments posted, look at your analytics and manage all the back-stuff of your channel while you’re on the go. If you have a Patreon account like I do, I’m just starting to open it up. They have an apps where you can manage your YouTube channel there, but they actually have it on the way called ‘linge’ that you can’t currently download it. But once they open it to everybody, you can actually add content on the run.
Let’s say you’re out doing something like adding a picture or video clip to your Patreon feed while on the go. So basically it gives you that more intimate connection with the people that you’re into. Unfortunately at this point of time my Patreon account is new, so I don’t have ‘linge’ yet; they haven’t given me access. As soon as they roll it out, I’ll definitely be using as well.
Just in case if you don’t have Patreon, ‘Google keep’ is next-up on the list. Personally I use ‘Google keep’ to help me organize my thoughts and ideas that I wanna do on my channel and websites. If I have an image that I want to make sure to put on my Instagram account, I instantly add it to my ‘Google keep’ so that I remember to put that later on Instagram.
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