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2020GIFs Alternatives for iOS

#1 Familiar

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Familiar is an application that allows the users to create GIFs for fun by face-swapping. Users can add their photo or anyone else photo to create any GIF which they want. The fun fact is that it allows the users to change them, meme lord, which they always wanted to become.

The application working is simple; users just have to select the picture they want to use, then they have to choose the GIF which they wish to apply for face swapping. With a single click, it is done, and users can easily copy it to their clipboard or can share it with anyone. Moreover, it allows the users to save it in their photos for later use.

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#2 Impressions

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Impressions is an application that enables the users to create realistic face swap videos of high quality right from their phones. The platform allows the users to recreate classic scenes with their face on it, or they can create new memes out of those scenes. Moreover, it offers a celebrity face swaps feature to make the app look more attractive.

The application offers more than fifty celebrity faces with which users can swap their faces easily, and it also adds free videos every week for new face-swapping fun and memes creation. The platform ensures the security of user data that none of their photos or memes will be shared with anyone.

#3 Amber Video

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Amber Video is a video authentication and verification software to protect users and organizations from deep-fakes and fake video content. It offers a patented security solution that provides a threat detection facility with an advanced media forensics platform. The platform comes with an AI service that detects malicious deep-fakes distributing wrong information.

It quickly detects and responds to fake videos and saves the integrity of users and organizations. This SaaS platform comes with a truth layer that protects the users from fraud and mistrust. It is a solution for problems like finding the originality of videos, maliciously altered recordings, or visual frauds.