Communication via social media or messaging apps has become expressive and colorful as we insert one or more emojis to express our reactions and thoughts.
Of course, when you entered text, you chose emoji symbols on your Android phone’s keyboard. That’s nice, but you’re probably wondering what if you had other emojis that would better fit your conversation. Get ready while you create and share your emoji, either for communication or just for fun.
Start with Gboard
Before you get started, you need to set the Google keyboard Gboard as your default keyboard. You may need to download or update it from the Play Store. Your cell phone is already with you, right? Now follow these short instructions.
- Go to a messaging app and open the text box
- Click the smiley emoji icon to open the keyboard
- On the left side of the GIF button is the Sticker button. Hit it.
- Tap the Gear button on the far right.
- Click “Take” and take a selfie as suggested.
- You will see some emojis based on your face.
The created emojis are presented in artistic styles. You can edit these emojis (also known as minis) by clicking the Customize button. Save your emojis.
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Now you can add emojis you created to any message. Just open the keyboard of a text box, go to the Stickers section and there you will find the custom emojis.
And if you want to express emotions more realistically and you haven’t found the emojis, do you think they fit better? You can already combine two emojis (more precisely, they are emoji stickers). A recently released interesting feature called Emoji Kitchen was launched by Google in early 2020. It works with popular messaging apps like Gmail, Google Messages, Messenger, Snapchat, WhatsApp and Telegram.
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Emoji Kitchen is still a Google review, so you’ll need to register first. Download the Emoji Kitchen and use the Gboard keyboard again.
Here’s how to cook different emojis with Emoji Kitchen.
- Open your browser and type in “Beta test the Google App for Android”.
- Go to support.google.com. You will see a sub-heading called “Sign up as a beta tester”.
- Click on the blue link “Login Page” and you will be redirected to a new page.
- Click on the blue field “Become a tester”.
- Wait a few minutes to connect your account to the beta version.
- Go to a messaging app and open the text box.
- Click the smiley emoji icon to open the keyboard.
- There is a space between the emoji library and the text box. You will see the message, “Tap an emoji to get stickers.”
- When you click an emoji, the stickers will appear in that blank area.
(If you select the pumpkin as an example, you will see a pumpkin sticker with a ghost mixed on it.)
- Select the correct sticker and it will be automatically inserted into the text box. It is ready to be sent in the message.
However, not all emojis are supported here.
Further enrich your content and have fun chatting as there is a whole world of emojis when we talk about apps. You may want to explore different apps to create original emojis and stickers. Check out these high rate apps:
Emoji Maker (by MimiSoft Studio) – a good one where you can create a large number of emojis and stickers (also in high definition) and customize them with hundreds of accessories.
Emojidom (by PlantPurple) – Make your smileys and set your phone contacts as an avatar. Import and customize your photos and add smileys text. (parental supervision is required)
Anymoji (by Xi’an Ni Xi Network & Technology Co.) – an example that enables 3D animal emojis (Animoji) to be created. The TrueDepth feature captures our muscular faces so that an Animoji we just created can embody our expressions.
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If you’re more interested in making avatars, animated stickers, sending videos, seeing other apps like Memoji, Wemoji, Bitmoji, etc., have fun!