The app no longer automatically saves those videos to devices’ camera rolls, helping users conserve memory on their devices.
Sharing Boomerang videos to Instagram was also streamlined.
For iPhone and iPad users, Boomerang now works with those devices’ flashes, enabling users to shoot in the dark.
Finally, iPhone and iPad users can now control the length of their videos for up to 20 frames by tapping and holding the capture button, and then letting go at the right moment.
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