Google's "Emoji Kitchen" Allow Users For Mashing Up Different Emojis

Google Now Allows You To Customize Emoji On Your Android

The feature, or Emoji Kitchen as Google calls its new invention, doesn't extend to all emoji just yet, but it could expand in the future. Now the owners of smartphones will get the opportunity to add items of some emoticons to others. So, for example, you typed the cowboy emoji, you will be suggested stickers that combine the cowboy emoji with the kissing emoji, the laughing emoji, the heart eyes emoji and even the monkey emoji. It is understood that not every smiley can be crossed.

All you have to do to access these stickers is tap on any smiley emoji on Gboard for Android phone.

At the moment, the only way to activate Emoji Kitchen is to join the beta program. It may bring some bugs but will give you access to many new features in the pipeline for Gboard, including this one. The developers warn that the unpublished version of the application can be unstable.

Gboard on Android now takes emojis and mixes them into customized stickers.

Have you sometimes felt that the emojis are not doing enough justice to your feelings?

Google Now Allows You To Customize Emoji On Your Android
Google Now Allows You To Customize Emoji On Your Android

All the stickers will work across apps, including Gmail, Messages by Google, Messenger, Snapchat, Telegram, WhatsApp and others.

If you are familiar with the Emoji Mashup Bot account on Twitter, you would already be aware of the concept. This works with only those emojis that Google supports because the emojis are not being mashed up in real time.

That's it! Now you can share a combination of emoji to your friends.

Those with the feature will be able to simply tap on any emoji with mashup options to be prompted with a new collection of icons.



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