Stop Animator Support


Ask us any questions about our apps or report any bugs by emailing us.

Using Stop Animator is really easy. You can download Stop Animator here.

    Basic Use

Stop Animator is extremely simple and fun to use. All you need to do is open the app and take pictures.

Please make sure you are updated to the latest version; every release includes bug fixes that may resolve the issues you have encountered.


Q: I am experiencing error -3311 (or -3312). What should I do?

A: All you need to do is go to Settings > Privacy > Photos and flip the switch next to Stop Animator to


Q: When will you add support for sound and editing?

A: It is our view that applications should be as simple and intuitive to use as possible. While these are

     nice features, at this time we feel adding them would make the application complex and illogical.

     Sound and editing can be done very easily and effectively using an app such as iMovie or Splice.

Q: When will you add support for changing the frames per second (FPS)?

A: The ability to change the frame rate was added in version 1.2.

     Brief overview of Stop Animator:

When you first launch “Stop Animator,” you will be presented with a screen that shows what your camera is currently pointed at, with a toolbar at the bottom with a few buttons in it. The button on the far left initially reads “Start.” When you press this, it will start recording an animation, and it will change to say “Finish”. Once you press start, you will notice that in normal shooting mode, the button on the right named “Take Picture” has become active. Every time you press this button, it will make a shutter sound, and save a picture to your animation. If you enable time lapse, this button will be re-named to “Start Time Lapse.” When you press it, photos will automatically be taken at set intervals. Pressing the same button will stop recording time lapse footage. When you are done, press the “Finish” button on the left. It will process the video, and alert you once it has been saved.

    In the middle of those two buttons, you will notice an “options” button. This reveals the options menu. This menu shows several options, including purchasing any of our add-on content.

    In the lower left of your screen, there is a counter. This will count the number of photos you have taken.

    Version History:


  1. Updated for iOS 11

  2. Updated for 64 bit

  3. Support for iPhone X

  4. Bug Fixes


  1. Updated for iOS 7

  2. Bug Fixes


• New user interface

• Bug fixes

• Improved translations for German and Spanish

• Now available in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese and Russian.


  1. Added Time Lapse support

  2. Increased maximum frame rate

  3. Major bug fixes and improvements

  4. Improved usability

  5. Refined User Interface


• Fixed errors -3311 and -3312


• Support for iPhone 5 and iPod touch (5th Generation) at full resolution

• iOS 6 support (Still works with iOS 5.0, 5.0.1, and 5.1)

• Bug fixes and general improvements


• Bug fixes and improvements


• Bug fixes and improvements


• Bug fixes and improvements


• Added support for the FaceTime camera

• Added option to change the frame rate

• Major bug fixes and improvements

• Easily submit feature requests


• Added support for the new iPad (3rd Generation)

• Optimized for iOS 5.1, but still works with 5.0 and 5.0.1

• Easily send bug reports

• Added support for the following languages:

    • Italian


• Minor bug fixes and improvements.

iPad support added

Added support for the following languages: