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Boomerang is simple to use, and doesn't require. The app consists primarily of a single white capture button, as well as a button for flipping your camera. When you tap the capture button, Boomerang takes a rapid succession of ten photos, then strings them together to create your video, which each video coming in at about four seconds. You're then given the option of sharing the video on Instagram and Facebook, through dedicated buttons, along with other services with the system share sheet.
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