GIF images are a grate way to express your feelings aren't they? But, finding these images over the internet proved to be a piece of work. But that's all about to change as, Google has announced that it has added a new filter to it's image search, which will allow users to search for animated GIF images.
How do you find these images, using Google image search? Simple, go to Image search, hit search tools, hit the "Any type" and when the drop down box come out, select Animated, there you go all the GIF pictures at your disposal.
Google in a blog post said "Even if you're a fan of animated gifs-say you were the first to email your friends the slow loris very slowly eating a rice ball (goo.gl/KDDX1)-you may not know that the origins of animation go as far back as 1879 and Eadweard Muybridge's "zoopraxiscope" (see our doodle homage to Muybridge: goo.gl/PGQW3). Gifs have been around since 1987 and have become the de facto standard for short animations on the web, from pony glitter text (goo.gl/iZoEZ) to grumpy cat memes (goo.gl/bC9um).
Starting today, there's an easier way to unearth those gems: when you do an image search, click on "Search tools" below the search box, then select "Animated" under the "Any type" dropdown box.
We've also added a second handy filter: if you're after the perfect picture of Easter basket clipart (goo.gl/XutAa) but must have one with a transparent background, simply select "Transparent" under the "Any color" dropdown box."