By Daniel Farrelly
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Collect your GIFs. Share them. Love them! If you're a GIF connoisseur, then you need an app that's as serious about them as you are. That's where GIFwrapped comes in.
• Use Dropbox to add new GIFs and sync your collection. Keep your GIFs on multiple devices and have a backup in the cloud. The digital cloud. No one keeps GIFs in real clouds anymore, everything gets too wet.
• Use the bundled Messages app to share GIFs from your Library with your friends in seconds. No muss, no fuss.
• Drag and drop GIFs en mass to and from GIFwrapped. Drag them all! Drag them good!
• Find new GIFs using Giphy powered search! Just bang in a phrase like "cat" or "lumpy space princess" and be prepared for pure awesome to rain down on you from the heavens.
• Import GIFs from your Photo Library. I mean, if all else fails, you can always save images to your Photo library. But to give them the opportunity to fully shine, import them using the Photos tab, so you can be enthralled by their animations for hours!
• Use an extension to quickly save images to your library! It's not sexy or anything, but it is super easy and probably fun by someone's standards! There's a lot of sad people out there, you know.
• Preview GIFs in standard or retina quality. It all depends on whether you like pixels or not.
Support requests and questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, talk to @gifwrapped on Twitter, or write a review here on the App Store. Or you can send a note attached to your trained chicken. Can you train chickens? I figure someone probably has.
What's New in Version 1.6.1
So here I thought that version 1.6 was my most stable release yet, buuuut I should've known that even just thinking that would jinx me. Either way… here's a sweet patch release to smash the worst of the bugs.
- If you're keen on the iOS 11 Smart Invert feature, you'll find that GIFwrapped now appears as it normally would, given that it's already a dark coloured app. It's not a perfect implementation, as some system UI is double-inverted (insert face palm here), but it's a start.
- iOS 11 added a new requirement for saving images to Photos which I missed when doing my update. I've added all the required bits and tweaked some other things, so now saving to Photos shouldn't cause crashes anymore.
- iPad users were having trouble searching due to an odd bug in the Search tab that would instantly deselect after it was tapped. A simple tweak to the underlying code, and everything is back to normal. WHAT A RELIEF
- Finally added a workaround for an issue where the Settings tab would load with the wrong colour scheme in certain places. Mostly, I just got over having to explain why it hadn't been fixed yet, and there's nothing like "not wanting to explain things" as a motivator apparently.
If you're still discovering problems, or just want to send me some comments, you can email email@example.com or follow @gifwrapped on Twitter. I also love to read reviews on iTunes, so if you're feeling particularly generous, I'd love it if you'd take a moment to leave one.
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- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: 26 September 2017
- Version: 1.6.1
- Size: 41.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Daniel Farrelly
- © 2017 Daniel Farrelly
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
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