Blip: Pinterest now lets you pin GIFs, full support coming to mobile later

Blip: Pinterest now lets you pin GIFs, full support coming to mobile later

Though Pinterest seems to yield more results than Facebook likes, the pinning craze seems to have lost some steam. But that will probably change with its latest pin-addition.

New site-wide support of GIFs will now allow you to share all those cat GIFs in their full "animated glory."

Thankfully the GIF pins will have a little play button on the bottom left corner. This means your page will continue to remain static allowing you to choose to replay things over and over again at your leisure – unlike the irritating autoplaying Facebook videos.

Right now, Pinterest GIFs can only be seen on a computer but the site notes that mobile viewing will be available soon.

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