Have you noticed that iOS 12 has dropped FaceTime Live Photos feature support on iPhone and iPad devices? Here's what we know about it so far.
Here's a iOS 11 guide on how to set a new Key Photo for, use new effects on, and trim Live Photos on a compatible iPhone.
Annoyed that iOS won't allow you to rotate Live Photos on iPhone without converting them to ordinary still photos? This app will solve that problem. Here's how it works.
Google has today released a new iOS app called Motion Stills that takes Live Photos that were taken on an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus or iPhone SE and then turn them into either GIFs or videos.
Samsung is reportedly working on a feature for Galaxy S7 which is said to have taken inspiration from Apple's Live Photos found on iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
You can now send and view Live Photos via iMessage using the Messages app in OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 beta 1. Here are the details.
Looking to post or view Live Photos on Facebook? Here's a step-by-step guide on how you can post and view Live Photos on Facebook easily.
Facebook has just started rolling out support for Live Photos feature for select iPhone users. Fans of Apple's Live Photos will no doubt be ecstatic to learn that they will soon be able to post those same moving images to Facebook, assuming they can't already.
Want to edit your Live Photos? How about adding some filters and effects to them without losing the video and audio bits? A new app called Alive! lets you do just that. Check out the details here.
Available to download for free for converting Live Photos into still photos, Lean allows users to tap on Live Photos and preview them before, should they wish, deleting the video portion of the Live Photos, leaving just the still shot in place.