How to use Google Emoji Kitchen to mash up your favorite emoji


(Pocket Ribbon) – Studies show that people prefer texting over calling, so emojis have become very popular and in demand as they allow users to visually communicate how they are feeling. Maybe that’s why Google offers several emoji options in Gboard, in the form of Emoji Kitchenwhich is clearly designed to give Android users more specific ways to express what’s on their minds.

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What is Emoji Kitchen?

Google’s Emoji Kitchen feature for Gboard users basically lets you combine two emoji to create a new one:

Have you ever been so overwhelmingly filled with love that it moved you to tears? Or maybe you laughed so hard that you felt sick — and wished your phone had an emoji to convey that feeling? note to your galentines or your one true love, Gboard on Android now takes your favorite emoji and mixes them into custom stickers so you can express those nuanced thoughts and feelings.”

Hundreds of emojis are already available, from eggplant to folding hands. But what if you feel like a cowboy and a monkey at the same time? It can happen, right? Anyway, Google now lets you send that emoji mashup.

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How does Emoji Kitchen work?

Google says you can tap any smiley emoji in Gboard on Android, and it will suggest emoji combinations for you to send instead. It describes them as “stickers specially handcrafted by the designers at Google”, adding that “language is infinitely creative, just like art and music, and with Emoji Kitchen your phone’s keyboard becomes an even richer canvas for expression”.

The feature should work in most of your chat apps, such as WhatsApp, Messenger, and Snapchat.

How to get Emoji Kitchen

Emoji Kitchen is available to everyone Gboard users on Android. Google first launched it in 2020 as a beta testbut it is now generally available.



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As of January 2022, Emoji Kitchen will support more than 265 emojis, making for more than 15,000 possible combinations.

Written by Maggie Tillman. Editing by Luke Baker.

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