SwiftKey gets support for GIFs
Next to stickers and the ubiquitous emoticons, animated GIF images are a very popular form of communication nowadays. SwiftKey, although one of the most popular virtual keyboard apps around, still lacks full support for GIFs. On the other hand, its latest update has added basic support for these animated images.
Once the updated of the SwiftKey Keyboard app is complete, its users can view GIFs for various categories and send them using the keyboard. Sadly, there is no chance to look for a certain GIF at this time, as mentioned earlier. The good part is that full GIF support should arrive soon.
Google's similar product, namely Gboard, has been offering full GIF support for a while now. Its strongest point is the massive library of GIFs that one can easily search and find the right choice for a wide range of occasions. Flesky, another alternative to SwiftKey, also packs full support for GIFs.
SwiftKey has been installed by more than 100 million Android users so far and has a 4.5 rating after over 2 million votes, of which more than 1.65 million users gave it a 5 out of 5 rating.
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