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Expect to see more GIFs than ever on Twitter. Starting today, users sending a tweet or direct message can now search for one of the animated images directly from a GIF library.
The feature, thanks to a partnership with popular GIF search engines Giphy and Riffsy, will roll out gradually around the world for iOS, Android and Twitter's website. Last year, more than 100 million GIFs were shared on the platform.
"So if you're looking for the perfect cat yawn or dance move to express exactly how you feel, just click the new GIF button," Twitter senior project manager Sasank Reddy wrote in a blog post.