This app will supposedly connect the device to the cloud-based services of GoPro. It will enable users to not only easily offload contents, but also to manage them in a more efficient way.
While talking about the problem of offloading Nick Woodman stated- “GoPro as we have known it today has resonated with our core customer, who wants the solution so badly that they are willing to deal with the inconvenience of manually offloading and accessing and editing their content, but we are self-aware and we’re willing to acknowledge that experience is too difficult for the mass market consumer, today.”
He also pointed out that the developers are tweaking around with the hardware and software of the device to make it easier to manage.
The GoPro Hero 5 will be compatible with the Karma Drone which will reportedly be self-sufficient in nature. Which means that it will be able to function even when no one is piloting it. The device will definitely be quite handy, especially when coupled with the upcoming camera.
It will allow users to take photos of things which are normally out of reach. The drone and the camera can also be used to grab a bird’s eye view of any area.
Stay tuned for more update on GoPro Hero 5.