Startup Vyclone launched its iPhone app in May 2012, enabling people to shoot videos then have them automatically stitched together with nearby people’s footage into multi-angle clips. It’s since been used by artists including Ed Sheeran, Madonna and Bloc Party to crowdsource live videos, but one barrier to its growth has been the app’s iPhone-only status. Now Vyclone is changing that with the release of its app on Android. It went live yesterday as a free download on the Google Play store, two weeks after being released as a beta via Vyclone’s website. At the time, the company noted that the app was “pretty new and pretty delicate”, encouraging users to “start messing with it. If you break it, tell us. If you think it’s wonderful, tell us too”. The release could boost Vyclone’s appeal to artists and labels, especially those wary in the past of telling fans to download an app that was iPhone-only.

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