Emoji’s are great ways of expressing feelings, mood, or atmosphere of a message to people,and its one of the best recent developments on Android phones, the ability to mix together two emoji to send to people – the feature blows wide the amount of emoji available at your disposal, so you can express yourself in plenty of new ways.
You can compare, for example, ghosts with robots or hearts with bandages or hearts with puppies. Features or Emoji Kitchen, as Google calls it a new discovery, cannot yet be extended to all Emojis, but can be expanded in the future.
When we say “latest development”, the special emoji feature is currently only in beta. If you don’t know how, activation is rather difficult. We will see how to activate the emoji kitchen and how to make special emojis on your Android phone.
How to activate the Emoji kitchen
Currently, the only way to activate Emoji Kitchen is to join the beta program. You can do this by navigating to the Gboard beta page and joining the scheme.
Then visit the Google Play Store on your smartphone and download or update the Gboard application. If you have joined the beta scheme correctly, you can update. It doesn’t take long so you don’t need to spend the afternoon doing it.
Now you can go to the application and send your creative emotional emoticons.
How to send custom emojis to your Android phone
It should be noted that currently not all applications support special emojis. The big ones like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Google Apps themselves, but we tested our SMS application, Instagram and Slack, but it didn’t work.
First, open the Gboard to send custom emojis to compatible applications. You can do this by tapping the blue smiling face on the side of the phone keyboard.
You should see a bar between the text insertion box and the email line that says “Touch emoticons to get suggestions” so you need to know that the feature works properly.
Now just select Emoji to see a list of other options. There is no rhyme or clear reason why this particular pulp happened, but it is possible that it is based on the history of your emoji.
In our test, we found that there are several emojis without a combination option, because those who have the choice are typical yellow smiles (as well as several animal, ghost and robot variants), so the choice is not entirely unlimited at this time.
However, given the limited number of compatible applications, we hope Google expands the options and emoji applications available when this feature ends in beta.