Veeemotion: Vlogging, Video-ing, Filming & Shooting On-The-Go

The art of film can provide an insight into an event, moment in time or simple piece of commentary like no other medium. Instagram may provide us with beautiful imagery and inspirational content, Twitter may be awesome for quick conversations and a flurry of information, but there’s definitely a gap to provide that instantaneous connection through the medium of the moving image. Veeemotion is a new social video app that allows you to film, edit, upload and share video content via your smartphone, rather than having to faff with an editing program that can take hours and be incredibly confusing to use. Veeemotion keeps it simple by providing a variety of filters to add a more professional or fun edge to your films, as well as allowing you to add titles and captions to ensure your videos are as engaging as possible. There’s even simple editing functionality where you can join videos together or chop off boring ends, adding music and playing around to ensure you’re creating amazing videos in a matter of minutes.

I’ve been putting Veeemotion to the test and I really rather love it. It’s easy to get to grips with and removes the need for professional equipment, confusing editing programs and a degree in engineering – unlike YouTube. It’s fab for on-the-go and allows me to share moments that are too long for an Instagram post or too raw for a slick professional video; we all love an insight into someone’s life as it happens, rather than the polished version they choose to share three weeks later. I’m still getting to grips with the app and will definitely be using it moving forward to film and edit videos while I’m out and about attending launches, meeting with brands and generally doing exciting blog-related things. You can even share your videos across a multitude of social media platforms (including Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn and Pinterest,) as well as emailing and texting a link directly to friends… Now that’s pretty cool.

Like other social media channels, you can hashtag videos to ensure they’re discovered by users with similar interests, while sharing different content with different people if you want to give an exclusive look to a small group. The possibilities are endless! You can check out one of the videos I’ve created below, as well as checking out all the other bits and bobs I’ve been editing via my profile ‘LBQblog’. Follow me, leave a comment and start uploading your own videos straight away – although a word of warning: Veeemotion can be dangerously addictive. Are you excited to get to grips with a video editing platform that makes creating fabulous content super quick and easy?

To download Veeemotion, search for it in the app store or find it on iTunes via this link.  

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Veeemotion.
However, I genuinely think this is a great tool and have been creating all sorts of videos! 




  1. Stephanie
    January 27, 2015 / 3:49 pm

    This is really interesting! I work in video so I'm always interested in these kinds of apps!Stephanie xxxx

  2. Elizabeth @ Awesome Wave
    January 27, 2015 / 4:14 pm

    Cool! Sounds like an interesting app. Is it like a cross between Snapchat, Vine and Instagram?

    • London Beauty Queen
      January 28, 2015 / 9:30 pm

      It's just video and you can publish the videos you produce via your other channels – it's instead of a complex editing programme as you can do it all on your phone.

  3. Ingrid Hughes
    January 28, 2015 / 5:03 am

    This sounds really interesting, especially if you can share on other platforms such as Twitter and Facebook as you mentioned! Maybe I'll give it a go although there are so many social platforms it's hard to keep up nowadays haha! Ingrid

  4. Anna
    February 2, 2015 / 12:11 am

    looks interesting but I cannot find it on android, is it just for iphone then?

  5. London Beauty Queen
    February 2, 2015 / 9:11 am

    I actually think it is – my boyfriend couldn't find it on his Samsung, which is a shame… Sure it'll be available very soon though as it's literally only just launched.

  6. Erin and Katherine
    February 5, 2015 / 3:05 pm

    Sounds great! Definitely a good alternative to Insta.Erin | Erin and Katherine Talk Beauty

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