Instagram is also introducing another feature in the coming weeks. It is a pretty straightforward process: When you're creating a story, you can select the option to add a sticker and you will see an option to add a GIF. Tap that image, and you're taken to a new screen where you can browse what's trending or search for specific GIFs by keyword. Adding one of those stickers to your story is simple enough - you'll simply tap the sticker button as you normally would, which is where you'll find a new GIF option.
Google's Gboard has lately turned out as a very practical and feature-rich keyboard app without putting stress on the system.
Man arrested for wearing all his clothes to avoid excess baggage fee
Reports say he was denied entry to the plane and was later arrested for causing a disruption. The airline also refused to provide the refund to Hawaii citing terms and conditions.
Now, the social media giant has confirmed the feature's rollout to all users.
After you are done recording your GIF, you will then see a keyboard overlay.
Instagram will further bring the ability to upload content (photos and videos) of any size that can be added to your story. When you upload a photo or video, you can pinch to share it in its original dimensions, whether it's portrait or landscape. The extra room will be automatically filled with a custom color gradient that matches your photo.
Google has been steadily rolling out slimline (Go) versions of its biggest apps for devices with low power and limited internet access.
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