Google Just Launched A New Extraordinary App For Android
Google Just Launched A New Extraordinary App For Android

Google had decided to bring Motion Stills app to Android. The app can transform anything you capture into short 3 second clips and it’s fully compatible with all devices which are running on Android 5.1 and later.

Google Just Launched A New Extraordinary App For Android

There are only a few apps which Google first launched on iOS, Motion Stills app is one of them which is launched for iOS users last year. Now, Google had decided to bring Motion Stills app to Android.

Let me tell you, the Motion Stills app can transform anything you capture into short 3 second clips. Motion Stills app for Android is fully compatible with all devices which are running on Android 5.1 and later. That means that anyone with a decent smartphone could enjoy Motion stills app.

As we already mentioned Motion Stills app does a simple job to turn any recording into a short clip that can be shared. Not only these, the app also lets users capture short motion still or put together any longer recording into fast forward mode.

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Source: research.googleblog.com

Suppose, if you capture a longer video, then you can use the Fast Forward feature to speed up and compress it into a shorter one. The Motion Stills app also let users adjust the speed of playback from 1x to 8x after recording.

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Source: research.googleblog.com

Google at its research blog said “Motion Stills on Android comes with an improved trimming algorithm that guards against pocket shots and accidental camera shakes. All of this is done during capture on your Android device, no internet connection required!”

Motion Stills
Motion Stills
Price: Free
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Users can download Motion Stills for Android from Google Play Store. It will run smoothly if your device is powered by Android 5.1 or newer. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.



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