Emoji Kitchen has arrived on Gboard for Android in February of last year, also in Europe. This feature allows users with the Google keyboard to easily create custom emojis. A few months after its launch, Google updated this function to combine two or more emojis, to create less curious combinations.
It looks like Google is still thrilled with this feature on its keyboard, as they continue to work on improvements for it. Gboard’s Kitchen Emoji enhances and supports emojis released in Unicode 13.1. This increases the potential combinations to be used in this function.
Google keyboard emojis are evolving: we don’t know whether to laugh or cry
Gboard, the Google keyboard, evolves its emojis allowing you to create your own stickers by combining two or more emojis in your chats on Android.
Gboard’s Emoji Cooking Keeps Getting Better
Gboard now presents Unicode 13.1 emoji support, the emojis that were launched after those of Android 11, arrived in September of last year. The selection of emojis available to users of the Google keyboard thus becomes much wider. They will have more options to create their own combinations in Emoji Kitchen.
Since Unicode, this support is confirmed, although it has not yet been released in the stable version of the Google keyboard. Users who wish to take advantage of these new combinations of emojis will have to use the beta version of the keyboard, for which you need to register for the beta program on the Play Store.
🚨 A new emoji has just fallen 🚨
Emoji Kitchen now supports the latest Unicode version (13.1) 😶🌫️😵💫😮💨❤️🔥❤️🩹 and hundreds of other fuzzy creations 🌸🦂🐌 pic.twitter.com/QKS8HPn91P
– Jennifer Daniel (@jenniferdaniel) March 24, 2021
In fact, some combinations of emojis do not work all is well still on Gboard, some users have problems with some of them. Most likely, Google is working on fixing these types of emoji issues ahead of its launch in the stable version of the app, which is expected to arrive shortly.
However, Emoji Kitchen continues to grow on the Google keyboard. not all users are satisfied
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