What could be more entertaining than watching an endless GIF reel where you don’t know what’s coming next? Nothing, that’s what.
GIFtv — where 7 seconds of cute kittens cuddling next to a fluffy old labrador is followed by a sexy car crash into a pool of jello. “But wait!” you exclaim, “What about nature’s most sociopathic animal?” Don’t you worry princess, we’ve got hours of penguins pushing penguins off ice cliffs, snowmobiles, and whatever else your little heart can think up.
But wait, there’s more. Every GIF is paired with music. We just throw in background music from iTunes’ popular charts.
We know, it’s even more amazing than it sounds.
Performance and stability improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Random music can be tasteless and problematic, or just inappropriate
Love having random gifs as visual white noise, but at minimum on the trending channel, apply some human editorial as to which songs go with which GIFs.
There have been multiple "#prayforparis" gifs with seriously inappropriate song choices.
Which is a glaring example example of how bad most of the musical choices are.
Good idea and base product, but one of two core features is wrong for the situation more than it is right.
Could be G-R-E-A-T!!!
If only they would clear the Apple song that is playing off the screen, and all other logos, including the giphy logo.
I connect my iPhone to a projector wirelessly via Apple TV, and I show my apps on a 15 foot wall.
I would show this app VERY often at my Hollywood parties if what played was completely clear, as Art SHOULD be.
As it stands, I play it zero.
Make these changes, and it's a GAME CHANGING APP.
(Of The Brother Monkeys Show!)
As it stands, I play it not at all.
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- 5.5 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
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