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Malibu Sun Lens

Malibu Sun Lens

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

Pros
  • Good idea
  • Great design and usability
  • Share the creations with everyone
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Expert's Review
7.0
Great

"Sun-lover animations!"

Reviewed by / May 31, 2012

Take sunny pictures and create lovely gifs

Malibu Sun Lens is an original Android app that allows users to create gif animations with the sun.

That means you can re-position it, throw it, eat it, chase and many more things, anything you want; just take some pictures and let the Sun Lens put them together to create the gif.

After finishing it, you can easily share your creations in Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr and even star in the Malibu Sunshine project, which brings together sun animation from around the world, creating a film altogether and spreading the artistic gifs so everyone can see them.

Undoubtedly, the design of the app is good and it has great usability, you know at all times what you can do, everything works smooth and there seems to be no problems at all. Of course, you can use the app to create any gifs you want, not only sun-related ones. Malibu Sun Lens was developed by Malibudev, which have obviously made a good effort and created a fine app for everyone to use this summer.

Tags: free animation ana.

Developer's original description available here
Create fun GIF animations with the sun and share them with your friends! Resize and re-position the sun in every frame to play with it, throw it, eat it, chase it, catch it, dance with it... the sunny sky’s the limit.

Just take a series of photos and the Malibu Sun Lens will stitch them together to make one awesome animation.

It’s really easy to share your animations with friends through Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook or email. Or join in the fun by adding your creation to the Malibu Sunshine Project and star in our film.

Here’s what the app can do in a nutshell:
-Make fun-loving, sun-loving GIF animations
-Star in the Malibu Sunshine Project
-Share your creations with friends through Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr or email
-Make GIF Movies (a series of individual GIF animations stitched together)
-Take photos with the beautiful Sunshine Filter

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The Malibu Sunshine Project

The Malibu Sunshine Project is an ever-changing collaboration of your sun-loving GIF animations from around the world. It’s an evolving film created by you guys. But you need the Malibu Sun Lens to be a part of it. So get your friends together, play with the sun and star in our summer celebration – the Malibu Sunshine Project!

What’s a GIF animation?

GIF animations are little files that turn a series of photos into fun animations. ‘GIF’ stands for Graphics Interchange Format. But if that’s a bit geeky, you just need to know an animated GIF displays images one after the other. Just snap a series of shots, and the app will do the rest.

Taking photos

The Malibu Sun Lens turns your photos into a sun-kissed paradise, as every shot you take becomes drenched in that warm summer glow. Take it to festivals, holidays and parties so your fun memories will always have a beautiful summery vibe.

Some praise from acclaimed photographer Cass Bird:

“The Malibu Sun Lens is what fun photography is all about. It’s so easy to turn photos into great little animations and share them with your friends.”

Cass has made some beautiful animations with the app and passed on some tips on how to get the best results.

Get the tips and visit the Malibu Sunshine Project > http://www.malibu-rum.com/sunshine/

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Comments and ratings for Malibu Sun Lens
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    by Raquel Gutierrez on 30/04/2013

    It's stupid that you can't move the sun. It's right in the middle.