By Something Savage
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GIF SHOP is the animated .gif maker for your iPhone!
*Featured as WIRED APP GUIDE - Photography Editor's Pick 9/10 , Gizmodo's 'App of the Day' and 'What's hot' by Apple and FWA Mobile of the day*
Easily create and edit looping animated .gif animations, upload to Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr all on the go!
What it does:
Take pictures in the app or Import photos from your camera roll!
Using a free GIF SHOP account, never worry about hosting your animated .gifs again.
Share online to Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, Email, or MMS.
Onion skin shows you the last photo so you can line up the next shot.
Loop modes: normal, backwards and back and forth.
Your choice of three export sizes ( 300px, 400px and 500px).
Adjust the loop speed during playback.
Delete and duplicate frames.
Store all your .gifs for future editing / viewing / sharing.
Compatible OS: iOS 6.0 and greater.
What's New in Version 1.3.1
This update addresses some reported bugs and crashes. Bigger feature updates coming soon.
If You Know What You're Doing It's #1
This is, an awesome App with options beyond any I've used. Look a page back, the details page > scroll down to version history > open and read it.
It has never stalled or crashed, it allows sizes of 300, 400 or 500 and I've made GIFS that used well over 150 images and it allows you to edit to perfection.
This App is best suited for people who know it's a tool and expect to do a little bit of the work. Think of it just like a another tool, let's say ... a shovel for example. Most people realize the shovel doesn't actually dig the hole - you do it and the shovel makes it easier. But that's not good enough for many people. I'm sure the day they buy a shovel, they'll get home, put the shovel where they want the hole, point and say 'dig c'mon dig' ... then it's 'oh man this shovel doesn't even work'?!
Monotonous, but does the job
Selecting pictures from a photo burst (or as a whole burst) would be great, but the app seems pretty out of date and I'm pretty sure that is a newer feature for iPhones. The onion skin feature is clever and works well if you're shooting stop motion.
Best 99 cents I ever spent
Now I can finally make gifs of my 3 month old looking ridiculous and wiggling around.