We use both where I work. I find that each are great, but I prefer Frame.io because I can create project bins and keep multiple videos in there based on client and account teams. Even more importantly, it keeps versions and their comments separate, which I can cross out and reply to. Instead of lengthy email threads and trying to figure out which version they are referring to, all the comments are right there.
I think Wipster is great for simplicity, but Frame.io is that plus a little more.
You bring up a good point. I believe the market for this type of "add-on" for an iPhone is exactly what a vlogger/blogger would be in the market for. You see so many of them already that have mentioned having to upgrade to a DSLR, and then lament about not really understanding the settings, understandably. If the video quality is comparable, this would definitely be my choice as that type of consumer.
Sorry about that, I replied to your comment instead of the OP.
But, yeah. If you have CC already then it's at least worth trying. I wouldn't say it's worth getting Premiere just for this specific thing though.
Just chiming in now that I've been trying to actually use Morph Cut, it's fickle.
I cut a lot of talking heads, and since it uses facial recognition, I thought this would work pretty well. It's working about 10-20% of the time in my current edit. So, while it DOES work, it's not as reliable yet. It's definitely not magic, but it was never meant to be either.
I'll add that the frame isn't cluttered either. It's definitely picking up the face, it's just not as subtle as it could be. It seems like it needs a lot of frames to work well, which isn't always a possibility when someone is stumbling through their talking points.
Your comment is exactly how I feel. They have a great product, but as a company they could use a wake-up call after this. I also appreciate that you pointed out nofilmschool as well. They could have easily chosen to not have the model in the shot and got b-roll of the product after from a display.