GoPro, if you are wondering has got something very interesting for all its Indian users. If you don’t know, GoPro has recently launched their new GoPro Hero 5 Black and GoPro Karma drone. The cloud-based service, GoPro Plus lets you get access to your GoPro content anywhere from around the world.

What the GoPro Plus does is, it provides you the anytime access to your content recorded from your GoPro Here 5 manually or through the auto-update feature. Initially, as it is the start of the service now, they are offering a 30-day free trial offer now. Thereafter, you’ll be charged somewhere around Rs. 350 for a month or so. And, if you know about their Quik – Free Video Editor app, they are offering something for that as well.

Talking about the GoPro Plus, here’s what their Chief Operating Officer, CJ Prober has to say; “Our goal is to make products that enable people to capture experiences and create engaging stories to share with their friends and family, The experience we’ve created with our mobile apps makes creating videos fun, simple and fast. And now with GoPro Plus, we are giving our consumers the ability to create videos whenever and from wherever they want, right from their mobile phone”.

As said about the GoPro Plus, if you have subscribed to your GoPro Plus, you will be having access to all your photos and videos that are synced in your GoPro Plus account from the Quik app. This app helped them not to make any other app for GoPro Plus. And with the new features that are added, users can trim the video and download the only part of the video they want.

Also: GoPro Fusion 360-degree spherical camera

So, this is all that it makes this feature good for its users. Let us know in the comments section below if you are gonna subscribe to it after your trial period ends.

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