Giphy, the online database and search engine for all things GIF, has announced that it’s launching its popular GIF Maker tool for mobile web browsers.
First introduced for desktop browsers back in 2015, GIF Maker is a fairly simple tool that lets users create their own animated GIFs from YouTube links or their own videos.
Fast forward nearly two years, and Giphy is now looking to open up the art of GIF-making to mobile phones.
GIF Maker for mobile web works pretty much the same as its desktop counterpart, with users able to upload a video from their camera roll or paste in a URL and convert the clip into a GIF.
They can also shoot a video on the spot through the GIF Maker web app.
Additionally, users can create captions, add stickers, manually draw on the GIF, and apply glitter paint.