Chrome users can now make GIFs using the Chrome Web Store’s built-in browser extension.
It also lets them download them in GIF format.
It has been available since April.
The new feature lets users upload gifs that are in their gallery, such as a selfie or photo, and the Chrome extension can then take a few seconds to render the GIFs.
Once it renders the GIF, users can save it to their device, or share it on social media.
The extension, which costs $9.99, works by loading the source file and then opening it with a video player.
Users can also share the GIF in a new tab or tab in their browser.
The browser extension is available in the Chrome store as a free download.