Gif Me!

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Gif Me!

Postby xnview » Thu Jun 12, 2014 12:11 pm

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Gif Me! is the best way to create and share short video in animated GIF.
It's easy: capture a small moment with your built in camera, and share it on social networks. You can apply an image filter too.

** Android **
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... view.XnGif
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Re: Gif Me!

Postby JohnFredC » Thu Jan 29, 2015 1:17 am

Hi Pierre!

Gif Me! works great but (as usual, please pardon me) I have a suggestion:

The Gallery image selection mode is almost unusable. Sometimes I have 1000s of images on my tablet (actually on the external SD card) and they all appear in the gallery panel, one after another regardless of their locations in the Android file system.

It takes at least a minute scrolling through them to find the pics I want to use to make my little movies. Very frustrating!

Please support folder navigation in Gif Me! If the Android folders hierarchy was exposed in the Gallery panel, then I could find the relevant images very quickly.

As always, thanks for listening!

PS. If the Gallery limitation mentioned above is related to the abomination ( :?) ) that is KitKat, please consider those of us who have rooted our devices to get around the KitKat file access limitations.
John

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Re: Gif Me!

Postby xnview » Thu Jan 29, 2015 1:03 pm

Hi John,

ok, right if you have many files. I can write my own file selector...
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Re: Gif Me!

Postby JohnFredC » Thu Jan 29, 2015 1:56 pm

xnview wrote:Hi John,

ok, right if you have many files. I can write my own file selector...


There is a substantial need for a modular file picker on Android. Something more like a Windows "open" dialog...

In the meantime, perhaps simply allow the user to select from a list of installed apps which offer that functionality.
John


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