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Create and Text Original GIFs With MyFaceWhen iPhone App

What's funnier than a video message, more advanced than a photo message and almost as easy to create as a regular text? An original animated GIF message, of course! Meet the ...
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    The new MyFaceWhen iPhone app makes it extremely simple and fun to record animated GIFs and text message them to friends.

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