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Location-based photo and video sharing has been tried before, most notably by Color, but it doesn’t mean that the topic is at rest.

Clinch, an app that threads together video clips, photos, etc. based on location, today launches on Google Play for Android smartphones.

The app takes video and photos from the user’s phone and auto-edits them into something beautiful and special. If the user chooses, the app will scour the area for friends, various social media activity, etc. to include other people’s content. You can pick up clips from friends, Twitter or Instagram.

The app will even throw in a map to add some context to your Clinch.

According to the official release, Clinch uses algorithms and cloud computing to aggregate various photos and clips, which the user can then select to include in the finished product.

Toward the end of the process, users can choose from…

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