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Google will solve the main problem of living photos on iPhone

Google has released a new version of the original Motion Stills lenses for the iPhone. A program that turns photos Live Photos, image in GIF format or video, now allows users to correct a bad “live” photo.

The iPhone 6s, as it is known, has been extended a 12-megapixel smartphone cameras. “Highlight” smartphones were the photographs of Live Photos, which literally come to life with the most precious memories. Feature automatically records the moments just before and after shooting, allowing you to watch photos in motion, with one click. To shoot Live Photos on iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE, and you can look at the majority of Apple gadgets, including Mac and Apple Watch.

App Motion Stills solves the problem of converting the Live Photos in universal and accessible formats — GIF or MOV. The new version includes enhanced adjustment of the color depth, better stabilization and the ability to export animated files in native format with Live Photos.

Another innovation in Motion Stills — the app now analyzes your shot and automatically cuts out the animation extra fragments. But the main feature of the updated app is that you can now frame by frame to reproduce a “live” snapshot and select and save the best frame. The application works without Internet connection – edit images without connecting to a network.

Google noted that Motion Stills improves image quality, eliminating the inevitable when shooting hand-shake frame, and also defines the best moments of the beginning and end of the cycle.

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Updated app Motion Stills available for download from the App Store for free via this link.

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