The new app, Harmony, from The Walt Disney Company and Hulu is a cross-platform video production tool.
Harmony is being built from the ground up for the mobile device and PC and will be available in a beta for iOS and Android later this year.
It will be a complete video app, meaning it will not require a cable subscription or a subscription for a streaming service.
It’s built on a powerful library of pre-recorded clips and will let you create and edit clips at the click of a button.
Harmony can be accessed from your iOS or Android device, and will offer a full set of editing features including clip editing, post production, and production timeline editing.
The new iOS and Google Play app will be the first to offer full collaboration with the entire show, including a feature called “Team Up,” which lets you tag and share videos with your team.
You can also send text to friends, and sync the app to the Cloud.
“Harmonize is going after the entire content creation process with one app,” said Justin Smith, Vice President of Content for Walt Disney Studios.
“With the help of our talented team and the power of the Cloud, we’re creating a complete experience for our users.”
The app will also allow you to edit video clips and add custom elements like music and video effects.
You will also be able to save clips as a slideshow or in a slideshow, or create videos in any format you want.
The app allows you to share clips with your friends and will have a variety of sharing options, from the simple option to share via social media, or upload to YouTube and use YouTube to post.
This is the first time the Disney Channel has offered a new feature like this in its app.
This means that the app is going directly to the mobile and PC devices, and is going into beta early next year.
Harmonize will also include a feature that will allow you create your own content for Harmony.
“We are bringing the power and the experience of the Disney Company’s award-winning TV content to the streaming platform, and Harmony is a perfect match for the content we’re building for the Disney Parks,” said Dan DeCarlo, CEO and co-founder of Harmonize.
“This is going in the right direction for us, and we’re excited to share more details soon.”
The new Harmony app will let users: Take and edit video