Path has rolled out an update to its Android app, bringing it to version 3.4. The update includes the ability to capture videos from within the app. This feature brings the Android version at close feature parity with its iOS edition, which has long had the feature.
Path for Android was released in 2011, and then millions of users have joined the Path and have become some of the desirous members of their community. Path allowed users to share their photos, adventures, and stories with their dear ones. And now the latest version of the app has brought a new way of share your stuff with those you like by adding Path Video functionality.
Android users will have the ability to capture videos of up to 30 seconds on latest install. You can also add filters to videos in order to enhance your moments. To get started, open the app, go to camera, and then hold down on the camera button. While in the iOS version, you can just click on a separate button to record video.
Path video’s functionality works similar to the Instagram video features, but Path allows you capture 30sec videos, while Instagram only lets you to capture 15sec videos. And both of them allow you to apply filters to your videos.
Android users can download the latest version of Path app directly from the link given below. The app is compatible with devices that run on Android 2.2 and above.
Path download link for Android (free)