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  • TimeFreeze
  • TimeFreeze
  • TimeFreeze


Developer Michel Loenngren
BundleID TimeFreeze
Version 5.0.3
Size 21.5MB
Released January 27,2012
Updated September 23,2016
Score 2.9
Review Num 832
Support http://www.timefreeze.com
Language English
Rating 4+
Compatibility 10.0


  • xlinhuix - 2020-04-11 17:58:12


    this app is so cool to make slowmo clips but there are some issues that it has. first of all the unwanted green lights after you render the video are so annoying. it takes so long to make the clips. the resolution gets really low after rendering the video which is the worst part bc people usually use this app to make bases for their edits and low resolution just ruins the quality of edit so i can’t use it so often. if these issues get fixed this app can be great for editors. please consider updating the app.

  • Lolsallyjanas52 - 2020-04-09 08:02:22

    2 stars

    The first time I slowed a clip it looked great but when I saved it it just looked like I did before. Now every time I do it it just doesn’t work at all :((( I heard this was a great app before but there seems to be a lot of problems with it as of late.

  • danica the trash - 2020-04-11 15:25:05

    5 stars!!!

    i love timefreeze it is such a great app for editors without after effects! but i’ve been having a problem lately about it being very laggy when i slow it down? does anyone know how to help me? 🥺 but overall rated 5 stars!


Ever wished you would have shoot a video in slow motion? Or maybe your iPhone does not support recording slow motion video?

TimeFreeze is a unique video editing app that allows you to change the speed of videos from your camera roll. It uses advanced image processing algorithms to convert footage from 30 frames per second to 120 or even 240 looking surprisingly smooth. 

The app also allows you to convert high speed video to normal 30 or 24 frames per second videos.

The app currently supports converting seamlessly between 24, 30, 60, 120 and 240 frames per second. 

As a bonus TimeFreeze also allows you to export your slow motion edits into shareable 30 or 60 frames per second videos. 

TimeFreeze has already been downloaded by hundreds of thousands of people. Try it out and let us know what you think.