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How to Save GIF From Twitter


You’d think it would be simple to save GIFs to Twitter, wouldn’t you? Unfortunately, this isn’t the situation at this time. Twitter does not include a “save GIF” button that will allow you to save GIFs that you view on the social media website. Therefore, preserving them requires the use of an additional software or the use of a website that specializes in GIFs.

There are numerous solutions for coping with this problem, which is a positive development. The following information applies regardless of whether you are using Twitter on an iPhone, an Android device, or the desktop version of the service. Save GIFs from Twitter

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How to Save GIFs on Twitter using an iPhone

GIFwrapped is an app for the iPhone that allows you to save animated GIFs to your Twitter timeline and share them with others. It is fully free, though you have the option to upgrade for a little fee, which would remove adverts from the app and provide you some further customization choices.

Once you’ve downloaded GIFwrapped, you’ll find it to be quite easy to use. Here’s what you need to do to get started:

1. Locate and click on the Twitter GIF that you wish to save from the site.

2. Click on the down arrow twice times in the top right corner of the Tweet to make it smaller.

3. From the drop-down menu, select “Share Tweet via” and then “Copy link to Tweet” from the options.

4. Ensure that the search tab in GIFwrapped is selected if necessary once the programme has been launched.

5. Paste the URL of the Tweet into the search window and press the “Search” button.

6. “Share Photo” will appear in the drop-down menu that appears at the bottom of the screen. Save the GIF that appears to your collection or Photos by selecting it from the menu at the bottom of the screen. After that, click on “Save Image” to save the image.

How to Save GIFs on Twitter using an Android Phones

In order to use Tweet2gif, it will first be essential to download it from the Google Playstore, which is a free application available for download. If you do not grant it access to the media on your phone, it will not function properly. You should do so immediately.

Once you’ve downloaded and installed it on your Android smartphone, you can save GIFs to Twitter by following these simple steps:

1. By clicking on the link to a tweet, you can select the GIF you want to download from that tweet.

2. Select the “Send to a Friend” option from the drop-down menu (it looks like three connected dots).

3. “Tweet2gif” should be selected from the drop-down option.

4. Select the “Download GIF” option from the drop-down menu.

If you go into your options, you can change the default save place for your documents (which is stated at the top of the screen).

How to Save GIFs on Twitter’s desktop version

For individuals who prefer to work on a desktop computer, EZGif is a good choice for archiving Twitter images. Here’s how you can make advantage of it:

1. Copy the URL of the Tweet that contains the GIF that you wish to download.

2. Navigate to the GIF optimizer on EZGif.

3. In the text box below “OR paste image url:,” paste the URL of the tweet you want to use.

4. Select “Upload!” from the drop-down menu.

5. You’ll see the GIF at the top of the screen, and you’ll also have the option to edit it from that point on. You can, for example, adjust the start and end times of a GIF animation file.

6. Select “Convert to GIF!” at the bottom of the screen.

7. Continue scrolling down until you see another box with the GIF; if you are pleased, click “Save” (located in the far-right corner of the new section on your screen).

Furthermore, in that final phase, you’ll be able to make other adjustments, such as adding text or other overlays, adjusting the pace, and optimizing or resizing the GIF.