Published On: Sun, Jul 23rd, 2017

Google Motion Stills App With Former Ios-Exclusive Is Now Coming To Android

Another good step taken by the world no.1 company Google that the franchise is going to put its Motion Stills app on android by the use of former iOS-exclusive and it is helpful to turned the short bit videos to shareable GIFs.

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Last year an app was generated by the Google to develop and keep smooth the Apple’s ‘Live Photos which is known as Motion stills app.

Now this time the company is going to launch the app for the android sets which has created a new way to keep the photos and can be able to smoothing automatically by using this app.

Google is an American multinational technology company, it is specializes in Internet-related services and products; online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware are the features of the company which is the cause of its popularity.

It was founded 18 years ago on September 4, 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, now it is no.1 company in the world, and now it has increased its business in almost every field of technology.

Google motion stills is an app which was developed by the Google company which is based in America, this app was designed for the Iphone users, it helped the Iphone to make the more valuable in terms of its camera as the it was manufactured for the live photos of Iphone and it has enhanced now.

Iphone is known as most valuable brand in this world, it has exceptional features and Motion stills app was designed for it to make its photos smooth and short bit.

Now the App will be available for the android users, this app makes making animated content simple and easy because through this camera pixels becomes more smooth and steady to use.

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