GIPHY CAM Comes To Android & Now Available To Download

There is a fairly good chance that you like GIFs. After all, it does seem as though the online world is fairly obsessed with them. They do flood social network feeds and in many respects, have become a language in and of themselves. Whatever you want to say, you probably can find a GIF to say it. If not, you can always create one of your own. A process which for Android device owners has now gotten that little bit easier, as following the release of GIPHY for Android, GIPHY CAM has now also been made available on Android.

Those on iOS will already be well-versed with GIPHY CAM as it has been available for iOS device owners for some time. Meaning it has been long overdue to make its way over to Android. However, that wait has now been satisfied as the app is now available to download from the Google Play Store. If you are unfamiliar with GIPHY CAM, then needless to say, this is a one-stop shop to all your GIF-creating needs.

The app simply allows you to make a short video (or a group of images) and turn them into your very own GIF. Once GIF-ified, the GIF can then be made even more giffy by adding various filters and effects that come included with the app. In fact, according to the Google Play Store app description, the including filters will be updated as often as weekly. Meaning that no matter how many GIFs you are creating, there will be new filters available regularly to keep them looking fresh and new. As to be expected, once your masterpiece is created and ready to share, you can easily share it from the app through your various social media channels. The app itself is free to download and by the looks of it, is very simple to use. The only notable downside at the moment is that it seems you cannot use any videos that you have already taken, as the videos do need to be made on-the-fly. Although, that is likely to change in a future update. Either way, those interesting in giving the new app a try, can find out more or download the app by heading through the link below.

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