How to Download GIF from Twitter On Android, iPhone and Desktop

We all love the GIF videos/animations which plays in an infinite loop. Did you know, Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) files are one of the most shared files online? You could see them on every chat application these days. Some apps even can search for a GIF and send it your friend over chat. Though the GIF files are easily available everywhere, downloading it may seem little tricky for some. Surprisingly it is very easy, in fact there are lot of apps available to do this task for you. Twitter is one of the most happening place in social media. Trust me! I have a friend who once told me he could use twitter as a substitute for newspaper anytime. Take any important event; whether its demeaning, political, embarrassing or funny the social media celebrate it with memes and troll GIFs. You obviously will have an urge to share it among your friend. So, today we will have a look at how to download GIF from Twitter.

To download GIF from twitter, the first thing to do is to get the URL of the particular the tweet which contains the GIF. To get the URL of the tweet click on tweet; under more options click on Copy link to Tweet.

Copy the tweet link URL from the pop.

Now that you have the link for the tweet we will use it for downloading.

Download GIF from Twitter for Android

There are a lot of apps in playstore to help you download GIF from twitter. My favourite is the Tweet2gif. You can download it from PlayStore for free and  this is how the app interface will look like.

Enter the tweet link you have copied from the twitter app for android, click on Download GIF. Clicking on Download MP4 will let you download the GIF file in MP4 format.

Download GIF from Twitter for iOS

When it comes to iOS and the app store things are little hard to process most of the time. Still, there are some apps that you can actually rely on;Gifitize Lite is one of the best Twitter GIF downloader for iOS. Apart from twitter, Gifitize Lite also support downloading GIF from Reddit or Imgur app.

The app interface is neat and simple. You can download multiple GIF and store it. There is also an option to share the GIFs with your friends via different social media platforms. The app also shows the downloads in well-arranged list and grid view format.

Download GIF from Twitter for Desktop/laptops

There are a lot of websites online which will help you but, the first ones that appear on the Google search was not at all reliable. Here also I find the Tweet2Gif website very helpful. Like the app it will also support downloading GIF in both GIF format and Mp4.