The GIF format was created in the early days of the Internet for image sharing. It can store lossless compressed images in up to 256 colors. GIF format is ideal for drawings and graphs, and also supports transparency and animation. Graphics Interchange Format is a format for exchanging graphical data in animation form, which can be converted. GIFs usually have a small size, otherwise, their upload will be long, and the file will take a lot of memory and cache on the device. A GIF looks like a silent video or animated image (icon, icon, picture, text).
This is the most common format of image files. JPG deserves its popularity because of its flexible data compression capabilities. If necessary, the image can be saved with maximum quality. Or it can be compressed to the minimum file size for transmission over the network or converted into any other format. JPG uses a lossy compression algorithm that greatly simplifies data transfer. In practice, saving a photograph with minimal compression does not cause any visible deterioration in image quality. That's why JPG is the most common and popular format for storing graphic files.