GoPro cameras take amazing footage but it generally has to be synced and assembled using a pretty fast computer to get the best out of it. Thankfully that's set to change with the launch of a new app.
Splice is actually an app which GoPro bought earlier in 2016 and has now been relaunched and aimed at making action camera videos easier on your phone.
You can access any of your footage and quickly cut together the clips you want and even change the frame rate - something which actually requires quite a lot of processing power.
You can add transitions and fun filters and your own voiceover if that's something you're into, and export it in high quality for sharing.
It sounds like a great solution for those who might be frustrated by the mobile experience with GoPro at the moment, and the company is putting a lot of time into improving its software solutions over the coming months and years.
GoPro is also launching another app called Quik which is all about automating the process of creating videos - just just point to the footage you're interested in and it will put together a sample on its own.
Quik is on iOS and Android now, Splice is just on iOS for the moment.