iOS 11 brings GIF Playback and Screen Recorder for iPhone and iPad

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    WWDC 2017 went really good with lots of software update news, product upgrades and announcements of new iPad 10.5 inch and HomePod Siri Speaker System. Apple released iOS 11 beta 1 for developers at the end of the WWDC 2017 conference.

    ios 11 features

    There are tons of features and improvements added to iOS 11 and that includes GIF playback support and built-in Screen Recording ability.

    Also Read, Free Screen Recorder App for Mac OS

    GIF Support – you no longer needed third party app or have to launch safari browser to play your GIF files. Photos app will let you play GIF files by default in iOS 11.

    ios 11 screen recording app

    Screen Recorder – Now you can record your iPhone or iPad screen without any third party app support, Jailbreak or need for connecting it to your Mac computer. iOS 11 Screen Recording feature allows you to record your iOS device display, right from the control center.

    There are tons of other essential and cool feature upgrades comes to your iPhone and iPad when you install iOS 11. iPad’s are going to get docks, drag and drop support with Multi Touch feature. That makes iPad a perfect laptop alternative.

    So, what do you think about iOS 11 and all the cool new features that are going to come to your iPhone and iPad? Feel free to share this post about GIF Playback and Screen Recorder for iPhone and iPad with your friends at Twitter, Facebook and Google+. Have a great day.

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