A couple of days after rolling out an update to Bing to allow users to perform searches using emoji, Microsoft has added another feature to its search engine, making it easier to find animated GIFs.
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Twitter now supports animated GIFs on its website as well as Android and iPhone apps. Support for the animations isn't available in its Windows Phone app yet, however.
Instagiffer creates animated GIFs directly from Youtube and nearly any video file format (mkv, flv, avi, mp4). It is easy to use, completely free, and doesn't put any ads on your GIF.