Text-to-gifSay it. With a GIF. Enter up to 10 words.
Some things about this. ±
Originally, this worked so that the user could enter any text, and then it would pull the first image from google's search results for each entered term, and combine them all into a GIF, each frame of which was annotated with the corresponding text.
But then google killed the API that many developers including this writer were using to get image-search data, and imposed a daily limit of 100 free searches on their updated API.
So what I have is a bunch of annotated images generated by users from before the slaughter of the old API. The GIFs you can create will be limited to the words other users have already entered. Those words will appear in an autocomplete dropdown to select from.
TL;DR -- Words limited to autocomplete dropdown. Google's fault.
The words in your gif: