The search engine giant, Google has bought the GIF platform Tenor for Android, iOs and Desktop and reported about the same on March 27 on its official blog.
As per the post published on Google blog, Tenor will be helping Google to integrate GIFs in Google images more closely to the fold and in some company’s other products as well like Gboard.
As per the last words of the post, “Tenor will continue to operate as a separate brand, and we’re looking forward to investing in their technology and relationships with content and API partners.”
The efforts are to provide the users with even better options so that they can express their feelings by sharing mood matched GIFs.
Director of Engineering, Cathy Edwards also wrote that the users can expect a lot many mood based GIFs like the one posted here on this page.
These are the clear indications that Google Images and some other services like Gboard are about to receive some major updates to keep the company’s products high on the favorites list of the users.
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