How To Save GIFs On Twitter on Desktop & Mobile Device – Tips4IT4Task

You’ll need to use a third-party app to save GIFs on Twitter.

Using GIFwrapped

For iPhone owners, GIFwrapped is an app that allows you to save GIFs to Twitter.

After downloading GIFwrapped, here’s how to use it. Press the up arrow in the lower right corner of the tweet and click “Copy Link”.

Just open the  GIFwrapped and go to the Search tab and paste the Tweet URL into the search bar and press “Search”.

Save the GIF that appears in your library or to photos by tapping the icon that looks like an arrow coming out of a box at the bottom left of the screen and then just select “Share Photo,” and then just tap “Save to Photos.”

Using Tweet2gif

On Android

You can easily download Tweet2gif and defiantly this is a free app available on Google Play Store.

Once you have it installed on your Android, here’s how to save GIFs to Twitter. Go to the tweet that contains the GIF you want to save.

Then click the share button. Select Tweet2gif. Then click on “Download GIF”. Also, you can change the save location by going to your settings.

Converting GIF to mp4 video

On Desktop

On a desktop, you can download GIFs in MP4 format using a site like

Once you are on this site, here’s how to save GIFs in an MP4 format on Twitter.

Go to the Twitter GIF you want to save, hit the up arrow in the lower-right corner of the tweet, and click “Copy Link to Tweet.”

Go to and paste the link in the box that says “Paste the URL link here.” Right-click the download button, then right-click the “Download Link” button. Click “Save Link As” and save the GIF to any folder you want.

If you would like to convert it back to GIF format, you can use a site like

Once you’re on that site, here’s how to save those MP4s back to GIFs… On the upper left-hand side of the screen, click on “Video to GIF.” Under “Select video from your computer,” click on Choose File.” Choose the file, click “Open,” then press “Upload video.” Edit the GIF however you see fit, using some of the many options presented to you, then click “Convert to GIF.” Once converted, scroll down a bit, make your final edits, then click “Save.”

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