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The site is hosted on Amazon’s Cloud Platform, and the company provides a number of services for developers.
Today, the company announced that it has added a new video editing feature to its app.
The new feature, called Hamburger Clipart, lets users embed videos from their own YouTube clips into the app’s hamburger menu.
This will allow users to save their clips to the cloud and then upload them to TechCrunch as clips.
In the app, you’ll be able to view and upload the videos as long as you’ve got an account.
The feature is currently in beta, but the company says it plans to launch it to the public as early as next week.
The Hamburger clipart feature will be available in the app starting April 10, and will cost $2.99.
The feature is available in both the iOS and Android apps.
The iOS app is currently limited to 4K videos, while the Android app has a similar feature, but will also allow for 4K clips.