Giphy’s clips are now integrated into Apple iMessages, Google Android QWERTY


GIF database and search engine Giphy today announced that its “Clips” (short GIFs with sound) content will be supported by Apple’s iMessage and in the Android keyboard. In a press release released today by Giphy, the company said, “You know that moment when someone sends you the perfect GIF and you can practically hear it. Whether it’s a familiar character. or just the perfect visual representation of your emotions, there is a very specific sound you associate with it. At Giphy, we definitely know the feeling. “

Giphy says he’s worked hard to bring clips to all the platforms the conversations take place. The company adds that “You can already share Giphy clips anywhere using the video’s URL and can even access them in places like Slack and Medium. But, as of today, you can find and share clips even more easily in messaging via Giphy’s iMessage extension and in the Android keyboard. “
Version 4.2.5 Giphy iOS and Android apps have just been launched on the App Store and Google Play Store respectively. Giphy says, “It’s the fastest, easiest way to find and share GIFs and stickers on all of your favorite social channels. Take advantage of our powerful GIF Keyboard and iMessage extensions that put Giphy at your fingertips. Lead boring conversations with our Emoji and Text libraries – exclusively available in the mobile app. “
Giphy says that Clips brings a whole new dimension to self-expression. The world’s largest library of free GIFs, clips, and stickers, Giphy for iOS is the fastest, easiest way to find and share shortcut content and animated reactions across all of your favorite social channels like Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Snapchat and more. “


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