Google's Emoji Kitchen adds more feels to your favourite emoji

Google's Emoji Kitchen adds more feels to your favourite emoji

Google's Emoji Kitchen adds more feels to your favourite emoji

Jennifer Daniel, the creative director, Emoji on the blog of the company said that they affectionately refer to this feature as the Emoji kitchen because one could explore new mixes or recipes of expression using their favourite emoji as ingredients. Now the owners of smartphones will get the opportunity to add items of some emoticons to others.

For example, if you tap on a cowboy hat emoji then you will see a different cowboy hat emoji that are smushed with kissy, monkey, ghost, launching, and pleading emojis. It is understood that not every smiley can be crossed. The tech giant aptly calls it Emoji Kitchen, and it's rolling out to Android users starting today.

Google is calling the feature,"Emoji Kitchen".

But given the limited number of compatible apps, we'd expect Google will increase the available options of emoji, as well as apps, when the feature rolls out of beta testing. Do you enjoy using emojis and which ones are your favourites?

From there, you can simply tap on a suggestion and send it as a sticker on any messaging service, including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Snapchat, Gmail, and Messages by Google. With a new update, you'll be able to mix and match your favorite emoji to create a new one that fuses elements of both.

The emoji sticker pack features 40 emoji combinations built by developer Maxence Guegnolle.

The final emoji is actually a sticker and will be shared as an image in chat.

In a different news recently, the Google's Unicode Consortium detailed a total of 62 new emojis and 55 skin tone and gender variants as part of Emoji 13.0.

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