Google is acquiring GIF Animated Images platform Tenor
Google has bought GIF Images platform name Tenor. The tenor is a GIF Images Database web portal which has more than millions of FIG Images and Monthly Searches is around 12 Billion searches. Google has acquired the GIF platform Tenor for Android, iOS, and desktop, This news was shared by Google official blog the company announced today. Tenor is going to help Google bring up GIFs inside Google images and other services like Gboard more easily. Notably, Tenor is a GIF platform that Facebook has used into Messenger service to let users send GIFs more easily. It’s unclear if this acquisition will change that.
Now Google Loves Animated Images !
A blog post from Google blogs notes that Tenor will remain a separate brand, and the company will help Tenor find more content and API partners. Google’s director of engineering Cathy Edwards wrote in the blog post that users can expect to see a lot more GIFs on Google services going forward and noted that Google images have become more about self-expression in addition to finding photo information.Making it easier to find and share GIFs with Google, Google always try to give best features to its users with their deep library of content, Tenor surfaces the right GIFs in the moment so you can find the one that matches your mood. Tenor will help us do this more effectively in Google Images as well as other products that use GIFs, like Gboard.