Developer Lightt Inc. has released an application for iPhone and iPad users that enables them to capture soundless clips by stitching images together as “highlights” to achieve artistic loops. It’s sort of like Instagram with GIFs.
With one tap, users grab 10 seconds of time in a burst of pictures to make a “highlight” that uploads instantly and gets shared with the world. You get the usual social ties, like Facebook liking and Twitter integration, and you can view other people’s highlights as well.
A cool feature of Lightt is that you can swipe across any stream to move forward and backward through places and time – sort of like the developers’ web site
The company says “Lightt is a fun, new way to see and share life, as it happens.”
Discovered and highlighted
(pun intended) by the folks at Gizmodo, Lightt isn’t actually a brand spanking new addition to the iTunes App Store. It’s been there for a while but didn’t quite get the press coverage it deserved.
It even got an update since its inception some weeks ago. According to the changelog, version 0.7.2 should experience less issues.
Download Lightt iOS (Free)