Live Photos are a new imaging feature on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. The phone records a video of approximately two seconds in length with every still image you capture in an effort to give a better idea of what was going on at the time the photo was taken. Lively was one of the first third-party apps for viewing and editing this new GIF-like imaging format, and now an update is bringing a few new features to the app.

Lively now lets you choose any frame from the Live Photo video, if you think it's better than the original capture. A new trimming feature allows you to cut your video, which is very useful for those occasion when the camera is moved before recording has finished. In addition, sharing options have been extended to Tumblr and Twitter. As before, the app offers an easy GIF conversion and export function as well. The latest version of Lively can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store now. However, you'll have to pay $1.99 for the full version to avoid having a Lively watermark on your images and videos.

Via: TNW