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June 19, 2014

Twitter now has GIF support!

Earlier today, Twitter has announced support for animated GIFs (graphic interchange format), allowing users to upload moving pictures to the social network via the desktop or via iPhone or Android app.

yugatech GIF


If images can express things you can’t express in words, GIFs can apparently do it much better, gaining traction in Tumblr, Google Plus, Hangouts, 9GAG and a lot more sites. Try it out now!


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3 Responses to “Twitter now has GIF support!”

  1. Sam says:

    I sure hope there’s a size limit, I don’t want those poorly animated massive 5mb gif’s eating up an already crippled Globe data plan (thanks for removing Powersurf, Globe.)

  2. rape says:

    ang tunay na gwapo, walang twitter account.

  3. Nonoy
    Twitter: noyavellanosa

    Mashable posted an article that said Twitter doesn’t actually support animated GIFs but MP4 files.

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