Twitter said that users shared over 100 million GIFs last year. And now Twitter made it more easier for sharing GIFs. Twitter have rolled out GIF search feature started this week. Twitter said, GIF search will roll out over the coming weeks to everyone around the world on iOS, Android, and twitter.com. Our GIF search includes all the GIFs you know and love, courtesy of our partners at GIPHY and Riffsy. GIPHY and Riffsy also powers the search feature in Facebook Messenger.
“GIPHY delivers real-time GIFs as they happen, helping to power Twitter’s live commentary and conversation,” says Alex Chung, founder and CEO of GIPHY. “GIPHY’s users are creating GIFs for news, entertainment, sports, and expression that can enrich Tweets. We’re excited to work with Twitter to make sharing these GIFs even easier.”
“So much can be expressed with GIFs, and the key is to find just the right one in the moment that quickly and efficiently expresses your emotions,” says David McIntosh, CEO and co-founder of Riffsy. “We’re excited to explore this partnership with Twitter and watch Twitter users discover and share their favorite GIFs in their daily lives.”
You can search by keyword and also browse various categories of different reactions based on your mood like Happy, Sad and much more.
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