YouTube is a place that hosts tons of video content all the time. This service has been king of the mountain for many years. But the competition has grown lately. First came Vine, a social app designed specifically for sharing short videos with your colleagues. Soon after Vine took off, Instagram announced its intention to expand its highly popular photo-sharing app to include the ability to shoot video. And of course there is also Snapchat, which lets you choose exactly who can see your creations, but with a twist: once a video is viewed by its recipients, it is immediately deleted. Now, MixBit enters the fray. MixBit is the brainchild of Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, two people responsible for making YouTube the world over … The new app, which has been the subject of speculation over the past few months, has similarities to other video sharing services, but it has some unique features that set it apart from the competition. Making videos with MixBit is as easy as with any of the other apps. The app immediately warns you that the best recording quality is achieved by recording in landscape mode. There are three main features to help you make your video better. For example, in low light conditions, you can click on the brightness icon on the left and the flash will turn into a flashlight. There is a grid next to the brightness icon to help you keep all objects in the shooting area where you want them to be. You can also record a video about yourself by switching the camera to the front one. A total of 16 seconds of video can be recorded, but this can be done in “segments” of several seconds. The next feature that really distinguishes MixBit is the ability to edit videos, and it's quite versatile. First, you can change the order of the clips by just dragging one by one. You can also edit these very parts of the clip, deleting unnecessary segments. As easy as pie. It is also possible to duplicate clips. Finished editing your masterpiece? Then you can share it on social networks, with certain people, or not share it at all :). You can save the video as a project, so you can come back to it later, make some changes, and then share it. The biggest difference between Mixbit is that your videos can be used by anyone with a Mixbit account. That is, someone can take a piece of your video and use it in their project. As a result, the application is quite interesting, and may even claim to replace the well-known Instagram and Vine. Good luck!