The Vyclone social video app lets users create movies out of multiple smartphone videos, then share them via social media.
The app matches videos shot in the same location at the same time and, using an algorithm, synchs and edits them to create a movie with multiple angles. Users can download and tweak the movie using basic editing software within the app and share it with friends.
Vyclone's biggest event so far was a New York rock concert, where fans used the app to make movies from four hundred sources.
Co-founders Joseph Sumner and David King Lassman launched Vyclone in July 2012 and said they've seen fast user adoption. Fifty percent of users are in the U.S. and U.K., and the third-biggest market is China.