Emoji Kitchen is now everywhere!
Two years ago, Google introduced a charming feature that made emoji conversations even more fun and expressive. Known as Emoji Kitchen, it allowed Android users to mash up different emojis into unique stickers.
It was a delightful tool that added a dash of creativity to digital conversations.
Fast forward to today, and Emoji Kitchen has officially expanded its horizons, finding a new home in Google Search. This integration brings the magic of emoji customization to the web and, for the first time, iPhone users.
See how Google Emoji Kitchen Chef, Jennifer Daniel celebrates this expansion on her tweet/xeet below.
— jennifer daniel (@jenniferdaniel) September 13, 2023
How to combine emojis with Emoji Kitchen?
Until recently, Emoji Kitchen was exclusive to Gboard on Android, leaving other platforms envious of its creative potential. However, the good news is that as of now, you can enjoy the Emoji Kitchen experience from any device with access to Google Search, be it your trusty desktop computer or your beloved iPhone.
Here is how to combine emojis with Emoji Kitchen on every single device you can imagine:
On the web:
- Open Google Search and type "emoji kitchen"
- Click on the "Get cooking" button
- Select the emoji combination you want to use
- Click on the "Copy" button
- Paste the emoji combination into your messaging app or social media platform
- Open any messaging app and tap the emoji icon on the keyboard
- Type two or more emojis
- Gboard will suggest emoji combinations above the keyboard
- Tap on the combination you want to use
- Send the emoji combination to your friend or family member
Not all emojis can be combined, but there are thousands of possible combinations available. You can also combine emojis with text and stickers.
Read also: How to use emojis on Chromebook.
How old is the oldest emoji?
The world's oldest known emoji dates back approximately 3,700 years. This ancient emoji was discovered on a piece of pottery in Turkey and is believed to be the earliest example of this form of communication.
While the modern concept of emojis, as we know them today, has only been around for a few decades, this ancient symbol on the pottery provides a fascinating insight into the long history of visual communication.
It demonstrates that humans have been using symbols and pictures to convey emotions and messages for millennia.
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