Google Images allows mobile and tablet users to search for specific GIFs. The feature, available in browsers for iPhone (iOS) and Android, uses a filter to only display GIF in search results. The feature also lets you download the image to the device or use the sharing options to be used on social networks or sent by messengers.
In the following tutorial, take a step-by-step look at how to use the Google Images GIF filter to download or share animations from your phone.
Tutorial shows how to search for GIF in Google Images on mobile
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Step 1. Go to www.google.com on your phone and touch the "Images" option. Then touch the search bar.
Action to access Google Images via mobile
Step 2. Type a term that points to the desired GIF and touch the magnifying glass icon. In the results screen, touch the "GIF" option.
Action to activate the GIF filter on Google Images via mobile
Step 3. Touch the image you want to open it in full screen.
Action to open a GIF in Google Images via mobile
Step 4. Hold the image down and touch "Save Image" to download the GIF on your phone.
Option to save a GIF found in Google Images
Step 5. Go back to the GIF full-screen view and touch the arrow icon below the image. You can share the image on social networks, messengers, email or copy the sharing link.
Action to use sharing for social networks and Google Images messengers
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