Google first launched the YouTube Capture app for iPhone back in December. It allows you to record videos and instantly upload them to YouTube with nothing getting in your way. Today, though, Google has added support for the iPad and iPad mini to YouTube Capture. Users can now record videos on their iPad and then directly upload them to their YouTube channel right away.
The iPad version comes mixed in with the iPhone version, so there aren't two separate apps here. This means that the iPad version can do the same things that iPhone users have been enjoying for a couple months now, including the ability to edit your videos right after shooting them, and then uploading their videos to social networks.
After filming a video, you can add different effects and edit your video by adding color correction, auto stabilization, trimming, and even music. You also have the choice of uploading your video as a private video or make it public. Plus, you can post it to Google+, Facebook, and Twitter all at once, cutting out many of the monotonous steps in the process.
The app recently updated to support 1080p recording, which is excellent, but if you're connected to WiFi, be aware that uploading a 1080p video may be slow, and it could eat up your data plan if you're not on an unlimited subscription. YouTube Capture is a free download, and the update is available now from the App Store.