"We've got a terrific product road map. 2016 is the single most exciting year for new product that we've ever had at GoPro. Whether it's hardware, software, entertainment products that we're developing, this is the biggest year ever for GoPro," Woodman said Tuesday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
GoPro announced on Monday that it has agreed to acquire two mobile video editing apps, Replay and Splice, which the company intends to merge into GoPro's mobile strategy. The apps are intended to "deliver ultra-convenient, yet powerful, mobile editing solutions to GoPro customers and billions of smartphone users," the company said in a statement.