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Twitter's Scratch Reel lets you scrub GIFs like digital LPs

Andrew Tarantola, @terrortola
November 12, 2015
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Twitter debuted a new Scratch Reel feature on Thursday which allows users to hover a mouse or finger over GIFs and rewind or advance the image as they please. The functionality appears to only apply to GIFs created by third-party @SnappyTV publishers, so don't expect to be go all Pam the Funktress on your GIF feeds just yet.

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