Google first implemented this feature on their keyboard on iOS. Now, Android users can finally create their own GIFs using the Google Gboard.
- Google Chrome just added a new feature, no more automatic video playback
- Google may launch a midrange Pixel smartphone in July
But for now, to be able to use this feature you must have the beta version of Gboard installed on your smartphones.
Creating a GIF is easy, once you started to make a conversation on any messaging app, open the option to insert visual content then a GIF tab will open and lastly the My GIF tab.
Before you capture your animated image, a permission to do such action will pop asking for authorization through the camera application. After that, you can now add some fun animations. And lastly, you can choose the image you want to send which will be available in My GIFs tab.
GIFs are always been a fun way to express your emotions through chat and now that we can personalize our own GIFs is something that everyone is waiting for. For now, we still have to wait for the final version so that everyone can use this cool feature.