How To Share iPhone 6 / 6 Plus 240fps Slo-Mo Video To Instagram, Facebook And More

Popular slow motion app TruSloMo has been updated to support super slow motion at 240fps as well as the new iPhone 6 / 6 Plus while also having its in-app purchase put on sale.

The slow motion feature that arrived in the iPhone 5s and then made the jump to the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is undoubtedly pretty impressive, and there are countless examples of some pretty awesome slow motion videos that have been created on iPhones.

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The problem with such things though is that these slow motion videos are not easy to share on social networks. When you’ve filmed something in slow motion, getting the video into something that can play it in slow motion isn’t always easy. Exporting to networks like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram etc means the slow motion effect is stripped out.

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The App Store App TruSloMo has been making it possible to export and share 120fps slow motion videos on other apps and networks for a while now, and it has just been updated to support 240fps videos as well as adding support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for those carrying either device.

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With features that include the ability to export slow motion videos to any app including social media apps like Instagram, TruSloMo is worth picking up considering it costs nothing. There is an in-app purchase that allows the use of multiple slow motion sections within a single video, and that’s currently on sale with 50% off its usual price, so now is probably the time to pick it up if you’ve been on the fence about it. At $0.99, it’s far from expensive.

(Download: TruSloMo on the App Store)

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