For some time animated GIFs can be shipped to WhatsApp. With the latest Android Beta but the Messenger goes a step further and directly integrated the popular GIF provider Giphy. With just a few taps the popular little pictures can be sent from now.
Besides Emojis include GIFs, specifically GIF animations, the "universal language" of the Internet, which is pretty much everyone understands. About Giphy there is access to a virtually unlimited number of GIFs that have at the ready food and mood the matching pictures. Fortunately for WhatsApp users: In the latest Android beta of the popular Messengers Giphy is already integrated. Who clicks in a conversation on Emoji icon, obtained under the emoji now possible to insert also GIFs. In addition to apparently random GIFs that are displayed directly to Giphy can also search completely through the magnifying glass at the left of the screen.
Away from the built-in GIF or search the upload limit to have been raised from 10 to more than 30 images at once.
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WhatsApp Beta (2.17.6): Clear the app data can help
The integrated Giphy search is available in the beta version 2.17.6 of WhatsApp. Those who do not get the new feature despite correct version to face, should clear the app data from WhatsApp in the settings. According to some user reports then the Giphy search is displayed.
the WhatsApp Beta (2.17.6) is the Google Play Store, although currently distributed, the rollout is done but as usual in waves. Therefore, we offer the WhatsApp version for manual download. It may be necessary to allow previously in the device settings download from unknown sources. After that, and permission should be withdrawn for security reasons.
WhatsApp Beta (2.17.6) Download
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Source: Android Police, via Caschy
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