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Social video sharing and editing app Vyclone expanded beyond iOS and Android today with the launch of a web app in partnership with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.

Vyclone has gained popularity through a unique approach to shared moments, such as concerts. Users can upload their own video clips, and the app helps to combine them into a single video (or multiple videos) with perspectives from different users.

The web app works across different browsers, but Microsoft is touting the project as a demonstration of IE10’s touch capabilities. Microsoft calls it an example of the web becoming more “app-like.”

Microsoft’s Roger Capriotti writes in a post, “A great example of how the web experience improves on the app experience is in the sheer number of videos a user can remix at one time. The phone provided space for four videos, but with the web experience users can remix as many as nine different videos — with potential for more in the future.”

Here’s a video with more on the app …

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