Google released a new iOS app Wednesday called Motion Stills that makes animated GIFs from Live Photos. While GIFs are inferior to Live Photos in terms of colors and image quality, they have the huge advantage of being seen by anyone on just about any device—Live Photos are supported on a subset of Apple devices. Motion Stills is also using some image stabilization sauce to make the resulting images as good as they can be in the animated GIF format. Users can share to their preferred messaging app, and you can combine Motion Stills with a swipe. I haven't had time to play with the app yet, so I have no idea what that means, but hey, you can do it. The image below is an animated GIF courtesy of Google.