A special case with Android for brains can put Android on an iPhone. We talked to the developer behind it, Nick Lee, to find out more details on how his iPhone can run Google's mobile operating system. Lee also let us know if he plans on selling such a case to the masses.
Meanwhile, Google introduced yet another iOS app called Motion Stills. The app takes Apple's Live Photos and makes them into shareable GIFs or movies. Motion Stills also uses its magic to stabilize the resulting video or GIF. It's pretty slick.
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