Google has procured the GIF platform Tenor for Android, iOS, and desktop, the organization reported today. Tenor will enable Google to bring up GIFs inside Google images and different services like Gboard more effortlessly. Remarkably, Tenor is a GIF platform that Facebook has used as a part of its Messenger service to give users a chance to send GIFs more effortlessly. It's indistinct if this procurement will change that.
A blog post from Google takes note that Tenor will remain a separate brand, and the organization will help Tenor discover more content and API accomplices. Google's director of engineering Cathy Edwards wrote in the blog post that clients can expect to see significantly more GIFs on Google services moving ahead and noted that Google images has turned out to be more about self-expression notwithstanding discovering photo information.