Last year, Google has launched Motion Still app for iOS users but not for its own platform, Android users. Now after one year, Google Motion Stills App Launched for Android users to Create and Share GIFs. This app allowed iOS users to turn their Live Photos into stabilised GIFs and looping videos. But for Android, this app is not as good as for iOS.
Google Motion Stills App Launched for Android to Create and Share GIFs
For Android users, Motion Stills app allows users to capture short videos and turn them into looping shareable clip.
“Motion Stills on Android also comes with an improved trimming algorithm that guards against pocket shots and accidental camera shakes.”
Google said in its blog post
“You can capture a short Motion Still with a single tap like a photo, or condense a longer recording into a new
feature we call Fast Forward,”
The app takes two different types of shots.
- “motion still.” It is just a three-second video loop which is a sort of an alternative to Live Photos.
- “fast forward,” which is basically a Google version of Instagram’s Hyperlapse app.
The Motion Stills app is compatible with devices running Android 5.1 Lollipop and later versions. The search giant says that the feedback from this app can further allow it to integrate some of the appreciated features to other apps like Google Photos.