The American company, Facebook, announced on Friday that it has acquired the popular Gifi photo platform in the format (GIF), which will join the Instagram platform which is also owned by the social media giant. Facebook’s vice president of products division Vishal Shah said through the company’s official blog that half of the content it receives Givi comes from his company’s apps, especially Instagram.
Jiffy allows its users to search, develop, and share jif-style images – a fast image sequence that forms a moving image of usually modest quality and with limited space – that has been present on the Internet for years and has grown in popularity thanks to social networks.
Shah said, “Geoffi makes everyday conversations more enjoyable, and we plan to integrate her photo library into Instagram and our other apps so that people can express themselves in the best possible way.” The company that Mark Zuckerberg heads has not revealed details about the value of this process, but press reports speculated that it was spinning. In the ork of 400 million dollars.