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5 iOS apps for adding subtitles to your social media news packages

Add simple yet effective subtitles to your interviews using FilmStory, MySubtitle, Videoshop, Overvideo or Title Master

Posted by Caroline Scott on 18/07/16

App for journalists: Signal, for securely communicating with sources

Check out this encrypted instant messaging and voice calling app for Android and iOS

Posted by Caroline Scott on 15/07/16

App for journalists: Cameo, a quick video editor for iOS

The free iOS app from Vimeo gets a new look, with a focus on quick and easy video-editing

Posted by Mădălina Ciobanu on 28/06/16

App for journalists: Sphere, for taking 360-degree photographs

Capture spherical images for social media with this free app

Posted by Caroline Scott on 21/06/16

10 free tools for journalists to learn how to code

Programming is an increasingly useful skill for journalists hoping to stand out in the industry, so here are ten platforms to discover HTML, CSS, Javascript, Python, Ruby, Swift and R

Posted by Daniele Palumbo and Catalina Albeanu on 06/06/16

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Journalism.co.uk is 'pick of the week' on Google Currents

You can now listen to Journalism.co.uk podcasts from within the Google Currents app

Posted by Sarah Marshall on 10 April 2013

SoundCloud adds trim and edit features to its apps

SoundCloud adds edit, pause and fade options to its iOS and Android apps

Posted by Sarah Marshall on 21 September 2012

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