Do you really want that cool video or that trendy song as your WhatsApp or Instagram status? But it’s too long! WhatscutPro comes to the rescue. The application brings to almost 3.3 billion social media and chat messenger users across the globe the ability to cut out a part of a long video or audio file and upload it as status. Currently, uploading long videos and audio files on WhatsApp or Instagram as status is not possible. Apart from fixing this problem, WhatscutPro also lets users record audio status and edit videos.
Whatscutpro is a mobile-based tool to create mobile video or audio content to update status on chat messengers and social media platforms such as, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, and IMO from a single platform. The app is downloadable from the Android Play Store.
The app has a robust player to support almost any kind of video and audio format, including Ac-3, MP3, AAC, etc. Social media enthusiasts can split long videos into multiple short videos. All these short videos can be updated as status automatically through the application. This is done to achieve the required length allowed by various social media and chat messenger platforms.
Another unique feature introduced by the app is that users can also record their voice and update it as their status. So instead of writing their status, users can just say it.
To upload a status through Whatscutpro, users have two options. First, they can download from a list of trending videos or audios, split them (if required), and upload the status on a chosen social media or chat messenger platform. The other way is they can create a video or audio story and save it in gallery. They can then browse and select it back through the application to upload it as a status message.
Content creators can take advantage of this app to garner publicity for brand, entertainment, movies, and music. So, while generating content, they can connect with end users who can consume the content for generating interesting profiles that can in turn help their brand grow.
The app is owned by Bangalore-based company, BitElit Technologies, founded by Vikas Shrivastav and Vipul Jain in October 2017. So far, the app boasts of a global user base of almost 300,000 users, with more than 1 million video conversions and 1,00,000 audio files.