The always on display on Samsung’s smartphones is being updated to support GIFs. This will help you further customize the display on your smartphone. Apart from showing you the time and your notifications, you will also see the GIF you set on the always on display. Version 184.108.40.206 of the app lets you put GIFs on the always on display.
According to GSMArena, “The app only supports GIF files and didn’t animate any images that are in Google’s newer .webp format. Next, if the GIF is too long, the app will prompt you to trim it shorter. Finally, although you’re setting a looping GIF to be the face of your Always on Display, it will only animate once: as soon as you lock the display. It will stay fixed to one frame after the GIF’s animation has cycled once.”
The app has been updated to work with Samsung’s flagship family of devices including the Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, Note 8 along with the recently launched S9 and S9 Plus. If you haven’t received the update, you can manually download and install it from here.
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