iDrip is an app that you can export images from your video and save to camera roll.
How to use.
1. Select a video.
2. Seek the time you want to save as a photo.
3. Press save button.
- Fixed minor bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
Easy, intuitive, and free
I was trying to find a simple way to extract a single frame from a video on my iPad. I think Apple should provide that capability, but not from what I can see. So after scrolling (a lot) on my App Store search, I saw this with one lone reviewer. I thought what the heck, and tried it. So far I agree completely with the other reviewer, I just needed to acknowledge a single ad to get my photo. I’m happy to do that to support the free apps.
Enabled a frame grab from a live photo
This enabled me to grab an individual frame from a live photo and save it to my camera roll, no watermark, just displayed an ad.
I did click through one intel ad to help support the author as otherwise this is completely free. I have not tried any other function.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.