GIFs are big right now, serving as a quick way to share a funny moment or give an animated reaction. And soon it’ll be easier to find and share GIFs on Twitter.
Twitter is adding a GIF search feature to its service starting today, and it’ll roll out to Android, iOS, and the web in the coming weeks. To use the feature, you simply tap the GIF button when composing a tweet and then either browse through categories or search for a specific kind of GIF. Once you find one that you like, you can attach it to your tweet or DM.
— Twitter (@twitter) February 17, 2016
While GIFs have become super popular lately, some folks might have a hard time finding a great GIF and then figuring out how to attach it to a tweet. By adding GIF search — which is powered by Giphy and Riffsy — Twitter is making it much easier for its users to find the perfect gift and quickly attach it to their tweet.