The popular Cinemagram app has finally come over to Android, folks. By its own description in the Google Play Store, this app will allow you to create and share “4s(econd) videos that are like GIFs on steroids.” You can instantly share said GIFs to the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, but only after adding cool effects, altering the speed, create looping and more. Cinemagram also provides you a pretty nice social community to share all of that stuff with, with the ability to like, adorn posts with hashtags, repost, comment, share with friends and more. Find it in the Google Play Store for free and see if this app can become the next big thing in image-driven social networking.
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