We all know google Gboard is one of the most featured keyboards available.Gboard is support for emojis and Graphics Interchange Format (or GIFs in simpler terms). And now, Google has quietly updated the Gboard app for iOS to add additional support for GIFs, by adding a feature that allows you to record your own GIFs.
Gboard New Features
While the GIF-making feature has been available on Gboard iOS app since September last year, it was hidden behind the emoji button at the bottom. But now, with the latest update, Google has moved the GIF-making button onto the front of Gboard, next to the word suggestion bar.
The new GIF making feature lets users record their own GIFs with their phone’s cameras – both front and rear camera. It provides two shooting modes for recording GIFs, including Loop and Fast Forward.
Loop is quite similar to the Boomerang feature found on Instagram, which allows users to record a short three-second video and share it with their friends. Fast Forward, on the other hand, allows the user to record a one-minute long video and then speeds it up afterward. Once the user has finished making the GIF, he can copy and paste the GIF in a particular chat and send it to the contacts selected.