Digital Trends: GIF research from Tenor suggests we had a pretty bad 2017

Digital Trends: GIF research from Tenor suggests we had a pretty bad 2017 . “When it comes to telling a story, we can depend on GIFs to do a good job. Alas, the story of 2017 isn’t a particularly fun one, at least not according to GIF research conducted by Tenor, the GIF keyboard that launched back in 2014. The platform now sees around 9 billion GIF searches every month, and sadly, it appears that many of these searches in 2017 weren’t for the happiest of topics.”

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