Saving a GIF to your iPhone: 11 Steps (with Pictures)

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Saving a GIF to your iPhone: 11 Steps (with Pictures)
Saving a GIF to your iPhone: 11 Steps (with Pictures)


Part 1 of 3: Saving a GIF

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Step #1. Find the-g.webp" />

You can save any-g.webp" /> Step 2 57

Step #2. Tap and hold the-g.webp" />

After a while a menu will appear.

Step 3 57

Step 3. Select "Save Image"

The-g.webp" />

Part 2 of 3: Viewing the GIF

Step 4 57

Step #1. Open the Photos app

You can find the-g.webp" /> Step 5 57

Step #2. Tap the-g.webp" />

You will now notice that the animation does not work when you open it from the Photos app.

Step 6 57

Step 3. Tap the share button and select "Mail" or "Message"

You can see the animation of the image again if you send it to someone by email or in a message.

Step 4. Select a recipient

The "New Message" screen will now appear with your GIF.

  • If you want to see the animation yourself, you can send it to your own address.

    Step 7 1 57
Step 7 57

Step 5. Send the message

Once the message has been sent, you can see the animation-g.webp" />

Part 3 of 3: Using a-g.webp" /> Step 8 app store

Step #1. Open the App Store

If you often deal with animated GIFs, it may be helpful to use a method other than emailing GIFs to yourself all the time. There are several apps available that allow you to view GIFs.

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Step 2. Find an app that meets your needs

Some apps are free, others you have to pay. Search the App Store using terms such as "gif", "gifs", "-g.webp" />

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