Your question: How do you put a GIF in a text message on iPhone?

How do you get GIFs to work on iMessage?

How to Send GIFs, Stickers, and GIPHY Text in iMessage

  1. Open a text message and select the App store icon just below the text bar.
  2. Search “GIPHY” and download or open the GIPHY app.
  3. Toggle between GIFs, Stickers, or Text. Once you’ve found the content you want to share, just tap to share.

Why are my GIFs so small iMessage?

Low quality image mode is turned off. The GIFs send normally over wifi, but when on cellular (as I sit here now, 5 bars of so-called “5GE”) the GIFs go back to being small.

Why is my #images not working in iMessage?

If #images isn’t working on your phone, you can also try restarting the Messages app which may likely fix the problem. Simply go to the Home screen and swipe up from the bottom for the App Switcher. Find the Messages app and swipe up to close it. Now, re-launch the Messages app to see if the issue has been fixed.

How do you get GIFs on your iPhone?

Select the “Images” icon from the menu bar below the new message field. It looks like a pink circle with a white magnifying glass in the middle. 3. A GIF keyboard will pop up that says “Find images.” Scroll through the GIFs to view popular or recently used GIFs.

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Why are GIFs not working on my phone?

Go to Settings of your phone, then go to Apps management and locate gboard application. Tap on it and you will see options to clear cache and app data. Simply click on it and it is done. Now go back out and check if the gif in your gboard is working again.

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