Google introduces emoji mash-up stickers to Gboard on Android

Alonzo Simpson
February 15, 2020

Now, you're ready to head into an app and start sending your creative mash-up emoji. You can combine different emojis, faces, in different ways.

Just some eco-friendly emojis from Emoji Kitchen and majority simply add faces to anonymous things or edit emoji expressions, but customize your messages without requiring additional requests or third-party websites.

Emoji Kitchen began rolling out to Android users with the Gboard yesterday.

"Using Gboard on your Android phone, tap on any smiley emoji and Emoji Kitchen will reveal a number of stickers specifically handcrafted by designers at Google".

However, if you want to try the capability right away, join Google's beta program for Gboard.

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The stickers will work on other apps including Gmail, Messages, Google, Messenger, Snapchat, Telegram, WhatsApp and more.

For example, users will be allowed to "dress up" a Ghost in a cowboy hat, make a robot cry or to attach to the cactus the monkey's head. 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 created by developer Maxence Gugnol.

Then move on to select your emoji from Google's keyboard app with a messaging app. The company has made a new addition to the Gboard app on Android, which will help users in expressing their feelings in a better manner.

You should notice a bar between the text insert box and the row of emoji saying "Tap an emoji to get suggestions" and that's how you should know the feature is working properly.

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