Apple has launched a version of its iMovie video editing suite for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad at the company's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Randy Ubillos, the developer behind the previous update of the application, explained that the application allows users to edit and create full-length video without using a computer.
He said: “iMovie is one of the most exciting things I've ever worked on.”
The application allows to include background themes, geo-location maps, music, transitions, titles and photos in their creations.
Users can edit and create several videos at the same time, using both pre-recorded and live video.
The application will come with advanced sharing options, allowing users to upload their works on YouTube and MobileMe at medium (640x360), large (960x540), or HD (1280x720) resolutions.
The company said that the application would be available for $5 from the iTunes App Store, and will include features previously absent from the desktop version of the application.