Facebook supports adding GIF images in comments to celebrate its 30th anniversary




company said application users sent about 13 billion GIF images last year.
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Facebook on Thursday announced support for the addition of animated GIF images to comments on its social network to mark the 30th anniversary of its creation.

“On June 15, we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of GIF, which made online communication more delightful, more exciting for the mental picture and let’s face it, a lot of entertainment,” the US technology giant said in a blog post on its blog.

Facebook, which has the world’s largest social networking network with more than 1.96 billion active users per month, has announced that all network users around the world can add GIF images in comments by clicking the GIF button to search for appropriate images Of the publication.

Since GIF images are already available on Facebook’s Messenger application, the company said users sent about 13 billion GIFs last year, or an estimated 25,000 images per minute.

She added that sending these images to the application tripled over the past year. New Year 2017 saw the highest rate of photo sharing with more than 400 million images.


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