GIFVid² for iPhone is now available in the App Store. The slight name change in version 1.1 didn’t affect the way GIFVid² works; the UI is also untouched. The additions represent an upgrade to the basic features of GIFVid, but they do not introduce drastic changes. If you want to know more about how GIFVid works, you will find our full review here.
In GIFVid², both camera performance and GIF export were improved; pasting from iOS clipboard is now supported and so is video exporting; the integrated gallery, where it’s possible to browse GIFs from other users, was also enhanced.
It’s now possible to edit GIFs by adjusting offset, brightness, contrast parameters, by adding blur and by setting loop interval. Reset is always possible for restoring the original.
A few new sharing options were also added with the latest release: you can now share also on Tumblr, Imgur and Lockerz.