no, no, No, No, NO!
It all started innocently enough this morning when Dave Caolo pointed out a Tumblr page devoted to GIFs from an app named Stilly (US$1.99). Now, thanks to Dave’s keen eye for the absurd, I have wasted untold minutes looking through a long page of GIFs and started making my own with Stilly.
The app is simple, making an animated GIF of whatever motion happens to flash in front of your iPhone camera when you push the large red and yellow shutter button. You really have only one setting — you can choose to change colors between your images, resulting in an even more jarring GIF than usual.
The eyebrows of doom!
Your final product is stored to the Photos app camera roll, and you have a choice of sharing the GIF to Tumblr or sending it as a message. Note that choosing the Tumblr destination actually gives you the opportunity to send your images to many more places: other camera apps, Google Drive or Dropbox, Path, and more.
The jittery GIFs won’t be popular with everyone; some of them are almost enough to make you want to cough up a hairball. But Stilly is just enough fun to be worth the two bucks.