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Download size3 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- phone identity
- video and still capture
- location services
- music library
- photos library
- media playback
- data services
- movement and directional sensor
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (23)
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Lumia Cinemagraph is a magical blend of photo and movie-like animation, creating pictures that seem almost alive. Take a photo and then simply select the animated area of your picture to create your very own cinemagraph with the help of the handy on-screen assistance. The end result is mesmerizing. When you’re done, export your cinemagraph as a GIF file or share it via social media, email and messaging - simply upload your cinemagraph to a supported destination. You can upload over Wi-Fi or your mobile data connection, but be sure to check your network operator’s data charges first. - Share cinemagraphs directly as repeating video clips - No separate server upload or account needed - No shared view (no access to previously shared cinemagraphs) - Shared cinemagraphs are stored in the Shared Cinemagraphs folder
5/21/2015For some strange reason, it is not working on my Lumia 810.
5/21/2015Please increase the time limit .it should be up to 1 minute
5/19/2015Amazing. Great idea I took two pics and I can't imagine what else I can do with it
5/19/2015AWESOME! ✖ GIF export ✖ Crop feature
5/18/2015The share dots are on the bottom right of the picture.
5/16/2015This app can be a bit of fun to play around with by allowing you to create investing moving GIF style images
5/15/2015Works great on Lumia 635
5/14/2015Very nice I like it, but some photos taken by this app have some lags... .
5/13/2015Cannot open its own data files. I tend to move around and rename my stuff since the original naming scheme is stupid long and redundant. (Date and time in file name when it is already stored in EXIF tags and file properties and the header... Quadruple redundancy? No thanks.) Anyway, my point is: Associate *.nar files with this app! And key me browse for files outside camera roll. Scan the whole phone if you must!