The most recent version of Gboard for Android features new sticker combinations with a fall theme in the Emoji Kitchen as well as the ability to automatically add emojis to (or “Emojify”) your texts.
The Gboard team at Google has been experimenting with emoji as a means of communication for the past few years. For instance, The Emoji Kitchen is a sizable collection of stickers that illustrates what occurs when two emoji are combined to create a masterpiece or monstrosity.
The Emoji Kitchen is getting a new addition that captures the spirit of the season as fall has officially begun in the Northern Hemisphere. With the help of the pumpkin emoji, you can now celebrate Halloween or the start of pumpkin spice season. For trick-or-treaters, there are a lot of Emoji Kitchen options featuring the candy emoji.
The thumbs-up, green tea, and the shrug are further Emoji Kitchen items that are ready for blending. Dedicated TikTok enthusiasts might also be eager to discover all the many combinations of the corn emoji.
In the meantime, Google is also giving Gboard for Android a sneak peek of a feature called Emojify that can add a variety of pertinent emoji to it with a single press. In one example video, we can observe how the phrase “OMG that cake was amazing” is changed into a few distinct versions. To test out a different Emojified message automatically, only hit the magic wand button in the recommendations row.
Emojify is now only accessible when Gboard is set to English. Emojify should be available on Gboard by enrolling for beta updates today, so you may try it out for yourself there. According to Google, the function will soon be available to all Gboard users who type in English.
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