How to Save a GIF From Twitter on iPhone, Android, or Desktop

Saving a GIF from Twitter can vary slightly depending on the device you’re using. Here’s how you can do it on iPhone, Android, and desktop:

Saving a GIF from Twitter on iPhone:

  1. Open Twitter: Launch the Twitter app on your iPhone.
  2. Find the GIF: Scroll through your feed or go to the tweet containing the GIF you want to save.
  3. Tap the GIF: Tap on the GIF. This will open it in a larger view.
  4. Copy the Link: Tap the share icon (the arrow pointing upward) and then select “Copy Link to Tweet.”
  5. Open Browser: Open a web browser (Safari, Chrome, etc.) on your iPhone.
  6. Paste the Link: Go to the address bar and paste the copied link. The tweet will load with the GIF.
  7. Download the GIF: Press and hold on the GIF. A menu will appear. Choose “Save Image” to save the GIF to your Photos.

Saving a GIF from Twitter on Android:

  1. Open Twitter: Open the Twitter app on your Android device.
  2. Find the GIF: Locate the tweet containing the GIF you want to save.
  3. Tap the GIF: Tap on the GIF to open it in a larger view.
  4. Copy the Link: Tap the share icon (usually three dots or an arrow pointing upward) and then select “Copy link to Tweet.”
  5. Open Browser: Open a web browser on your Android device.
  6. Paste the Link: Go to the address bar and paste the copied link. The tweet with the GIF will load.
  7. Download the GIF: Long-press the GIF. A menu will appear. Choose “Save Image” or “Download Image” to save the GIF to your device.

Saving a GIF from Twitter on Desktop:

  1. Open Twitter: Go to Twitter on your desktop browser and log in to your account.
  2. Find the GIF: Locate the tweet containing the GIF you want to save.
  3. Open the Tweet: Click on the tweet to open it with the GIF.
  4. Copy the Link: Click on the timestamp of the tweet (e.g., “12m ago”). This will open the tweet in a new tab with the GIF.
  5. Download the GIF: Right-click on the GIF and select “Save image as…” to save the GIF to your computer.

Remember that Twitter’s platform and features can change, so these instructions might evolve over time. Also, make sure to respect copyright and ownership rights when saving and sharing content from Twitter.

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