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Gboard is now able to automatically ‘Emojify’ your messages

Gboard Emojify messages

Earlier Google provided a wand icon on Gboard that colonize your text field with a series of emoji that may relate to your text. Gboard now continues to add a fun new way to express yourself as it gets the ability to automatically ‘Emojify’ your messages.

In a recent development, Google has started to roll out a new update for Gboard applications on Android devices. According to the information (via 9To5Google), this update will automatically add emojis to your messages.

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In addition to this, the update also improves the Emoji Kitchen – a huge collection of stickers that shows what happens when you combine two emojis into one. Emoji Kitchen now has new fall-themed sticker combinations.

9To5 reports that Emoji Kitchen is getting a new expansion that gets into the spirit of the season, as fall is now underway in the Northern Hemisphere. Pumpkin emoji can now be skillfully mixed to help you celebrate Halloween or the arrival of the pumpkin spice season.

Gboard Emojify messages

There are also some Emoji Kitchen combinations with the candy emoji for trick-or-treaters to enjoy. In addition to this, other emojis that are ready to combine include Shrug, Thums Up, and Green Tea. You can also be excited to discover all the ways you can mix up the corn emoji.

Coming to the Gboard Emojify messages feature. It is capable to add a wealth of relevant emojis to your messages with a single tap. As an example, 9To5 shares a video on how this feature works.

The message “OMG that cake was amazing šŸ˜” transformed into a few different variations like “OMG šŸ˜® that cake šŸ° was amazing šŸ¤©.” You just need to tap the magic wand button in the suggestions row to automatically switch to try out a different “Emojified” message. Watch the video here.

It’s worth mentioning that the Emojify feature is only available when you set Gboard to English. To try this feature for yourself, enroll for Gboard Beta updates. It will roll out to all Gboard users typing in English in the coming weeks, says Google.


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