Vittle stands out in a number of ways, integrating a range of tools and options to create "hand-drawn"-style videos that can then be shared directly to YouTube from your iPad. While not as powerful as some other video recording tools for the iPad, Vittle makes up for it in charm and the cool things that you can do with it.
Setup for Vittle is very straightforward and the interactive tutorial is very well made -- a perfect way to show anyone how to use the app. The interface and controls are spot on, though the pan and zoom features are close enough to each other that you can easily zoom in or out on accident when moving around the screen. Despite that, it's fast and easy to move between the slides, draw new ones, add doodles or text to the screen, and then record all of it. The app is quick, recording and rendering is near instant, and sharing is a breeze with the in-app screens that allow you to send to YouTube. There are a number of possible uses here -- from sending e-mails as video to showing someone what you're trying to describe with a quick doodle.
Vittle is a free app, and there are some limitations as a result, including a one-minute recording limit that severely reduces the number of things you can do with the app. Despite that, there are a lot of tools here and a great deal of flexibility in how the app operates, especially since your own creativity ends up being one of the most important tools at your disposal -- a must-see app for anyone who enjoys doodling or video recording.