GoPro today rereleased its mobile app, renaming it Quik. Quik offers a completely new user experience, now offering universal cloud-storage for all cameras.
GoPro’s Quik app overview
Quik controls GoPro cameras, just like the previous app. However, the app now stores, sorts and edits videos and photos from any camera. The app aims to streamline the process between production and post-production. Additionally, a lot of us have camera rolls filled with many files. It’s hard to find the exact video or photo file you need. GoPro hopes Quik eliminates this problem.
Quik stores an unlimited number of videos and photos. The app also backs up every media file shared at the same quality as the original. However, this feature won’t launch with Quik just yet. It’ll come out at a later date, and it is also a paid feature.
GoPro Quik app adds media to Murals
According to GoPro, when you share your media to Quik, the app puts it into a Mural. If you share the media together, the files are an event. Additionally, the app creates a highlights video synced to music. This compilation manually adjusts as well.
Quik offers both single and multi-clip video editing. The app features exposure, contrast, color and vibrance adjustment tools. Additionally, you can slow down or speed up footage multiple points in a video. Also, you can save still from video files.
Pricing and availability
At base price, GoPro’s Quik app is free to download. It’s available for both iOS and Android. However, some of the app’s features aren’t available in the free version. The unlimited cloud backup at original image quality requires you to pay. If you want to get this feature, you can opt to pay either $2 a month or $10 a year.
Download the app on the App Store and Google Play depending on your device’s operating system.