There are lots of free GIF maker apps you can use on your mobile device to easily create animated GIF images from the videos you've filmed with your device. But what if you've got a YouTube video, a TV show or a movie on your computer that you'd like to use to create GIFs?
Giphy launched GIF Maker on the mobile web, allowing mobile users to create GIFs without downloading an application. When using GIF Maker on the mobile web, users can create GIFs by importing images or video clips from their devices, or by taking new pictures within the GIF Maker.
As a denizen of the internet, I frequently find myself wanting to turn YouTube videos into GIFs, but I've never been very good at doing it on my own. Fortunately, the internet's overwhelming love for GIFs has resulted in the creation of some pretty simple GIF creators, and Giphy is releasing a brand new one this afternoon.
Want to show off your most liked Instagram posts in a single shot? Instagfy is a great tool for the job. Just enter your username and the app will generate a slideshow of your top 15 images. Once it's ready, you can share the animation to Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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Si sois usuarios habituales de Instagram, es probable que la herramienta de la que hablamos a continuación os sea de utilidad. Se trata de Instagfy, una página web que nos permite compartir de forma sencilla las 15 fotos con más "me gusta" de cualquier cuenta de Instagram.
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As 2016 comes to a close, it's a good time to flip through your photos from the year that was. Why not show off the best ones while you're at it? Here are two of our favorite tools for the job.