Google Gboard gets new GIF creation features… on iOS

Google’s Gboard has a new update

Google’s Gboard has a new update

Though this feature was available earlier, it was hidden behind the emoji button. According to the tech news site, the update subtly alters the design of the app because the GIF-making button has been transferred right next to the word suggestion bar. The placement of the button not only makes it convenient but also accessible to make and send the GIF files.

The GIF creation feature builds on Motion Stills with users able to create animations that both feature loops and fast-forwards.

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Gboard Go looks and works mostly the same as the full Gboard, and it installs on top of the standard app.

After installing as an addition to the original app, you will find that the functions and features are nearly the same with the integrated search and gesture typing. It lets the users record the GIFs in two modes - Loop and Fast Forward. This feature lets you create custom GIFs from your phone's front and back camera. When you're done recording, you can copy and paste the GIF into your message, and send it off to your friends. However, it appears that Google is rolling out the new Gboard Go app to all devices running Android 8.1 Oreo and have a lower amount of RAM. Thanks to a new update, the tool is now in a more easily accessed position and has some new features. However, we can expect it to roll out for Android very soon. These updates seem to be optimized for emerging markets where the sale of low-priced devices with the latest version of Android would allow users on a budget to access these kind of apps, but of course, the situation remains the same: only a small percentage of smartphones are running Android 8.1. Because the button is now placed prominently on the virtual keyboard, users might use it more often than when you needed a few more steps to go to the GIF-creating section.

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