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Motion Photo Sharer for Galaxy S7 and S7 edge lets you share your Motion Photo captures

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Last updated: March 30th, 2016 at 09:45 UTC+02:00

Samsung introduced the Motion Photo feature with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, which records a short video of moments before the one you’re trying to capture each time you click a picture. You can view these videos on the phone by pressing the play button at the top in the picture gallery, but Samsung forgot to implement an option that would let you share these motion photos. Thanks to a third-party app though, you can both save and share the videos captured by the Motion Photo feature.

Called Motion Photo Sharer, the app resides in the share menu on your device. To share motion photos, just open the gallery, press the share button on an image, select Motion Photo Sharer from the list, and then simply select save or share based on what you want to do with the video. Of course, remember that the Motion Photo feature only works if you have enabled it in the camera’s settings, otherwise the camera simply captures regular images like a camera is supposed to.

Grab Motion Photo Sharer from Google Play for your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge.

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