"Mobile-first indexing means that Google will use the mobile version of the page for indexing and ranking, to better help our - primarily mobile - users find what they're looking for", wrote Fan Zhang, Software Engineer at Google.
The bigger picture here is that Google wants to "encourage webmasters to make their content mobile-friendly". Cathy Edwards. Director of Engineering, Google Images, announced that "with their deep library of content, Tenor surfaces the right GIFs in the moment so you can find the one that matches your mood". However, details of the deal were not disclosed by either of the companies.
Tenor was co-founded by David McIntosh (no relation to Apple), Erick Hachenburg, and Frank Nawabi in San Francisco in February 2014. Tenor quickly followed its iOS launch with similar applications for the Android and MacOS platforms, and its growth has been steady ever since. Tenor now powers a large portion of gif searches within apps and chat services; most notably those on Facebook Messenger.
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GIF platform Tenor has been procured by Google, bringing its vivified pictures benefit from Android, iOS and desktop under the Sundar Pichai-drove tech mammoth. Other apps using Tenor's API include Apple's iMessage, WhatsApp, Twitter and new owner Google through its Gboard app. Tenor is present on a variety of services, including Facebook's Messenger. Post-Google ownership, Tenor will continue to operate as a separate business, with its founders remaining in charge of the company. Tenor claims that its keyboard is compatible across most of the social media apps like iMessage, Google's smart keyboard app Gboard, LinkedIn, Slack and a few more. The company offers IoT platform to product-based firms to accelerate and integrate their data into other systems.
Prior to the acquisition, Tenor had raised $32 million.