The Animated gifs are now more fashionable than ever thanks to social networks and messaging applications. It is rare the day that someone does not reply to a message with a GIF.
This has been noticed by Google in its search engine, where every day it receives million GIF searches, and for this reason he has taken out the wallet to buy Tenor, a GIF platform that has an application for Android, iOS and a web version.
Google has acquired Tenor to get hold of its large content library, and because the service allows you to find the perfect GIF for that mood. Now Tenor will help you improve the search for GIFs in Google Images, Gboard and in other products that use GIFs.
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Tenor GIF Keyboard
Tenor GIF Keyboard is the application that despite its name is not a keyboard but a GIF finder. It has millions of animated GIFs.
Its application allows us see trending searches and most popular GIFs. Your search engine will recommend other keywords to keep searching. By clicking on a GIF we can discover other similar GIFs or with the same label.
The application allows add a text to a GIF before sharing it. It also allows us create our own GIFs that we have in the gallery or record our own GIFs using the device’s camera or capturing what appears on the screen.
Its editor is very simple. After capturing a few seconds of recording, we will be able to cut the video both in format and in duration to adjust it.
The application also allows us to bookmark the GIFs that we like the most or create packages to organize GIFs.
Tenor will continue to operate as a separate brand, and they will continue to invest and continue to collaborate with partners the company already had. The application Tenor GIF Keyboard for the moment it will also continue its normal course. In the future we will see news.
Tenor GIF Keyboard2.0.8
- Android version: from 4.0.3
- Developer: Tenor, Inc.
- Download it at: Google play
- Price: Free
- Category: Video Players and Editors
More information | Google
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