Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

4.2
1,104 ratings

Rating snapshot

  1. 5
    58%
    648
  2. 4
    19%
    217
  3. 3
    8%
    95
  4. 2
    4%
    45
  5. 1
    8%
    99
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Goddess · 6/30/2015

The update causes the app to show only script when trying to open. I updated it first believing the app would be amazing new features and all; especially because the description made it sound fun. But, as stated, I could NOT open it.

Timotius · 11/30/2014

After the update I can't open the app. It keep close when I want to open the app

MR · 7/23/2015

This app is fantastic as it take shots of every single moving thing but I wish the quality get better and what if add flash on it

Maycol · 6/30/2015

Amazing app but could have a crossfade effect to apply between animation frames. That would be amazing.

Kevin · 7/21/2015

Love it ❤ Only one thing: Enable transparent live tile.

Daniel 3ICE · 5/13/2015

Cannot 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!

Emily · 4/28/2015

Truly amazing, helps create eye-popping pictures that look almost like still videos. Incredible...

James · 5/16/2015

This app can be a bit of fun to play around with by allowing you to create investing moving GIF style images

Travis · 5/18/2015

The share dots are on the bottom right of the picture.

Daniel · 4/6/2015

App is nice, but not stable on my Lumia 535. After creating few cinemagraphs, app starts crashing after initial recording. Reinstall helps, but it's annoying...

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Version notes

- 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