Google announced a some updates regarding his work on emojis on Android as well as other Google products. These include 15 Unicode emoji additions, animated versions of Android emojis and more!
In a blog post by Jennifer Daniel, Google’s Creative Director of Emoji and Emoji Chef, Google outlines its designs for 21 new Unicode 15 emojis. Additionally, Google said the emojis will be added to AOSP “in coming weeks” and will be coming to Android with updates starting in December 2022.
In addition to this, Google is also releasing its first official animated versions of the emoji used in Android. However, not all emoji are supported, but the nearly 200 different animated emojis should come in handy in your chats and can be found on Google’s website.
Google is also releasing a colored version of its “Noto Emoji” font, an open-source emoji font that can be used online and is used by Chrome and other Google products. Previously, the font only supported emoji in black and white, but now Google is giving it a splash of colors.
The blog post also announced GoogleM’s support for color-changing emojis, which you can see here. However, you need to be running the latest version of Chrome for this to work.
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