iOS: If you take a lot of video with your smartphone, but don't necessarily want to share it using Instagram or Vine or other social video services, Videobite is a new app from Adobe that makes it easy to edit your video on your phone, then post it to Facebook or YouTube.
The app is currently iOS only, but it definitely shines on the iPhone. You can shoot your video as normal, using the camera app, and then open VideoBite to mix and match clips from your camera roll. You can insert photos you've taken, add titles, transitions, even add music — you can use songs from your iTunes library, or use any of the pre-loaded soundtracks that come with the app. You can trim long clips, add effects and filters to your video segments, add text, and then preview the whole thing before you save and share it.
VideoBite is a bit of a tease for Adobe Revel, its cloud-based sharing service, where you can upload your videos for safe keeping, but you don't need it (or its $US6/mo subscription fee) to use the app at all. Once your masterpiece is finished, you can save it to your phone to show off later, or post it to Facebook, YouTube, or privately via SMS or email. It's remarkably easy to use surprisingly powerful for a mobile video editor, and best of all, it's free. Hit the link below to give it a try.