Apple has actually begun updating its own apps for iOS 8, with iMovie and Numbers getting the very first updates. While Numbers simply brings stability, iOS 8 support and iCloud Drive compatibility, iMovie goes a bit further with brand name brand-new features like video filters, an extension for the Photos app and more.
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What’s New in Version 2.1
– Support for iOS 8
– Enhance video clips in the Photos app using the iMovie extension
– Choose from 10 Apple-designed filters to stylize a video clip or an entire movie
– Reduce, freeze, or accelerate a portion of a clip *
– Save videos and iMovie project files to iCloud Drive
– Send out videos to other apps on your iOS device
– Develop titles using bi-directional text
– Support for Arabic, Australian English, Hebrew, and Mexican Spanish
* 2x speed-up is offered on iPhone 5s, iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, and later on devices.

The new updates allow amateur filmmakers to apply much more control over their videos, with the ability to boost videos from directly within the Photos app and use filters to their videos within iMovie to obtain a specific look. Users can likewise accelerate and decrease parts of videos, most likely permitting users who didn’t shoot in the camera’s slo-mo mode to make those changes.

Additionally, users can also move their video footage around easier, utilizing iCloud Drive to move videos and jobs around their gadgets and also permitting other video editing and post-production apps.
Update: Pages has also been updated with iOS 8 support, iCloud Drive compatibility and stability.
Update 2: Multiple users have told MacRumors that iMovie has actually been drawn from App Stores worldwide, likely due to considerable reports of the app crashing upon launch.
Update 3: iMovie has returned to the App Store.
iMovie is a universal app that’s offered for $4.99
Numbers is a universal app that’s available for $9.99
Pages is a universal app that’s available for $9.99