• Google's Push For More Diverse Female Emojis Approved

    Google's Push For More Diverse Female Emojis Approved

    In fact, nearly eight in ten women use emojis frequently, according to AdWeek, with 18- to 29-year-olds the heaviest users.Three out of five people over age 35 say they use emojis frequently.
  • Google's Push For More Diverse Female Emojis Approved

    Google's Push For More Diverse Female Emojis Approved

    In fact, nearly eight in ten women use emojis frequently, according to AdWeek, with 18- to 29-year-olds the heaviest users.Three out of five people over age 35 say they use emojis frequently.
  • Samsung's Wemogee App Uses Emoji as Speech Therapy

    Samsung's Wemogee App Uses Emoji as Speech Therapy

    For most people, replacing a word with an emoji is a fun gimmick that saves time typing.For users of Samsung's Wemogee chat app, however, emoji could unlock a new method of online conversation.
  • The End Is Near for Google's Blob Emoji

    The End Is Near for Google's Blob Emoji

    The redesign process, detailed in an article in Fast Company this week, took so long in part because Google's current set of emoji appear very different from the round ones you'll find on the internet or messages on your iPhone.To many people, Google's current blob-shaped emoji, which you'll find everywhere from Hangouts conversations to the Android keyboard, look ugly.
  • Google Gboard Will Interpret Your Emoji Drawings

    Google Gboard Will Interpret Your Emoji Drawings

    An update to the keyboard app rolling out this week will let you draw a stick figure, a smiley face, or many other subjects with your finger and then automatically match the drawing to the emoji that it most closely resembles.It's a nifty time-saving feature that will prevent you from having to scroll through hundreds of emoji on the keyboard to find the one you want.