March 27, 2014
Kanvas has just been updated to version 2.0. Kanvas 2.0 is decidedly a different app from the original app that was launched just over eight months ago. As noted by the Kanvas team:
Previously, users got started by either uploading a photo from their phone or using one of the backgrounds provided in the app. They would then proceed to add text, stickers, overlays, audio or draw on the photos to make a static kanvas. The inevitable next step for the team was to figure out a way to bring the kanvas to life.Sure enough, Kanvas 2.0 brings kanvases to life as it introduces support for videos and animations. Now, you can make a Kanvas video by choosing up to 150 photos from your camera roll, Facebook albums, Imgur, Memes, and Unsplash. You can also select up to 15 seconds of your favorite GIFs from Giphy or upload GIFs from your camera roll to create an animated background for your kanvas. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Moreover, you can make an animated short or a stop-motion video of up to 15 seconds long by editing your kanvas frame by frame. A number of new animated overlays are also at your disposal to liven up your kanvases. For each Kanvas video you make, you can also easily add music and adjust the speed or timing. Kanvas 2.0 also includes new icons, designs and transitions. In addition, it features support for private kanvases, i.e., kanvases that only you can view. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later, Kanvas 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free. For the details of Kanvas' previous major updates, see also: Creative Image-Sharing App Kanvas Sets Up Shop, Adds iTunes Integration And More, Kanvas Photo-Sharing App Updated With iOS 7 Redesign, Chat Feature And More, and Fun Photo-Sharing App Kanvas Now Lets You Remix, Repost And Do So Much More. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
Kanvas: Gifs, Stickers, Text, Music, Draw on Photos with Chat
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