First came Twitter with Vine, now Vimeo has bought a cinemagraph and animated GIF app.
Similar to the popular iOS app Cinemgram, Fotodanz lets you create partially animated photos called cinemagraphs.
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If you just want to make some cinemagraphs, then this app is great at it. However, it does have some performance issues that could make sharing difficult.
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While it may not offer quite the customization options of the popular iOS app Cinemagram, Fotodanz's simplicity is certainly its biggest strength. That said, it is a fantastic app for creating cinemagraphs.
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