Gboard’s custom GIFs have come to select Android devices in beta

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Android users can now make custom GIFs with their cameras on Gboard. The feature, which we wrote about in January, has finally made its way to Android in beta, after being available on iOS. It looks like custom GIFs haven’t come to all Android phones. The feature is on the Google Pixel but apparently not the Samsung Galaxy S9 yet, as spotted by Android Police.

There are already a variety of ways to make custom GIFs, but Gboard places the feature pretty prominently on the keyboard, so it’s more likely to be noticed and used. Through the feature, you could potentially record wacky selfie GIFs or group shots.

To try the new feature, go into the GIF interface in the keyboard and select the “My GIFs” tab. Then, give Gboard permission to…

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Written by Shannon Liao
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