Motion Stills v2.0 adds animated AR stickers, gets a new look, and prepares Facebook integration [APK Download]

Motion Stills is getting a big update to v2.0 today, and with it comes AR stickers. Now you’ll be able to breathe new life into your already lively GIFs. This release isn’t just about little animated characters, there are also some updates to make the UI a little prettier and more intuitive. As always, we’ve got a download link at the bottom if you want to get your hands on the update right away!

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February Apple Watch Activity Challenge rewards users with animated iMessage stickers

Apple will soon announce a new Activity Challenge for Apple Watch users, celebrating February as Heart Month. In this latest activity challenge, users must complete their exercise ring for seven days in a row, from February 8th to February 14th.

In addition to the new heart-shaped medal, Apple is rewarding users who achieve the challenge with animated iMessage stickers. See them below. The challenge will go live on the 8th February.



Shigeru Miyamoto will co-produce a ‘Mario’ animated movie

Nintendo's third big announcement of the evening comes right back to its main star, Mario, and the news that he will star in an animated movie. Shigeru Miyamoto is listed as co-producer along with Illumination Entertainment head Chris Meledandri, but…
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Instagram Stories harness the power of Giphy for animated stickers

You don't need to use another app to put GIF stickers all over your pictures before uploading them to Instagram Stories anymore. Next time you add a photo or a video to your story, you'll find a new GIF option within the usual sticker menu accessible…
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‘Subway Surfers’ Animated Series Teaser Released

Subway Surfers [Free], one of the most popular games in the history of mobile gaming and one of the most downloaded games even today, is on its way to becoming an animated series, and now we have the first teaser. The teaser shows off the locations where the story will take place and, of course, the infamous trains, which are such a big part of the game’s identity. We even get a glimpse of the series’ protagonist, Jake, who everyone who’s played the game (or even looked at the game’s icon) is familiar with. I like the art of the series, and I think it will be fun to watch, especially for the many fans of the mobile game.

As we talked about in an earlier story, the series is scripted by Brent Friedman (of Star Wars Rebels and The Clone Wars), and produced by Emmy award-winner Sander Schwartz (of The Batman and Baby Looney Tunes). You’ll watch the adventures of Jake, Tricky, and Fresh across 10 4-minute episodes, coming next Summer, and then a longer series consisting of 22-minute episodes. Excited about the series?