Boomerang videos are booming across social media platforms as some of the most sharable content available. While some apps allow you to create these mini clips from scratch others turn your old videos into a Boomerang within seconds. This article looks at some of the best apps and methods to create Boomerangs.

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Boomerang videos are basically short looping clips that don8217t last more than a few seconds. The ability to Boomerang videos was designed initially by Instagram and became wildly popular. .

Even if youre not a user of the photo-centric app there are many other apps available to make Boomerangs with. Most of them are not difficult to use so it comes down to which apps have the best features.

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