How to Create Your Own GIFs in the Twitter iOS App

Twitter has updated its iOS app with a new in-app camera feature that lets users create their own animated GIFs for posting to the social media platform. The following steps show you how it’s done.
Twitter Feature

  1. In Twitter, hit the big blue plus button to start composing a tweet.
  2. Tap the picture icon in the compose window, just above the virtual keyboard.
  3. Tap the camera icon.
    twitter
  4. Make sure GIF is selected below the shutter button.
  5. Tap the shutter button to create a short GIF or long press the button to record a longer one.
  6. Use the arrow icons above the viewfinder to set the GIF to repeat from the start or to continually invert the direction of playback for a “boomerang” effect.
  7. If you’re happy with the outcome, tap Use GIF and then tweet your creation. If you’d like to start over, tap Retake.
    twitter

Note that the feature is iOS-only as of writing, and GIFs created in this way can’t be saved to your iPhone – they can only be tweeted.

See also  How to Know If Your iPhone Supports iOS 16

Related Posts

How to connect iphone to printer

How to connect iphone to printer: 2 effective tools help you print

There must have been a couple of times when you have felt inconvenienced by not being able to print documents directly from your phone . However, Apple…

Simple steps on how to clean iphone charging port effectively

Simple steps on how to clean iphone charging port effectively

All iPhone owners should be aware of how to clean iphone charging port. The phone’s screen and phone case are constantly cleaned, but the charging port is…

How to reset iPhone 13 with 4 Easy Ways

How to reset iPhone 13 with 4 Easy Ways

Smooth, consistent operation and high hardware and software compatibility are two important aspects that contribute to the iPhone’s popularity. The fact that Apple’s smartphone models occasionally jerk,…

How to Turn Off ‘Time to Stand’ Reminders on Apple Watch

By default, Apple Watch periodically sends you stand reminders, but if you’re finding them annoying, there’s an easy way to turn them off from your wrist or…

How to Watch the ‘Peek Performance’ Apple Event on Tuesday, March 8

Apple is planning to hold its first media event of 2022 on Tuesday, March 8, at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time through a live stream. The event is…

How to Add the Same App to Multiple Home Screens on Your iPhone

In iOS 15, you can put multiple copies of the same app on your iPhone’s Home Screen. On the surface, this may seem like a strange thing…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *