Google Makes It Easier To Create GIF Selfies On Gboard For iOS And Android

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Google Makes It Easier To Create GIF Selfies On Gboard For iOS And Android

Google has relocated the GIF creator button on Gboard, making it easier for users to turn their selfies into GIFs. The updated design, however, has yet to come to Android.

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