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WhatsApp brings 20 new emojis to Android

WhatsApp brings 20 new emojis to Android
According to WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp application is working on the design of 21 new emojis for the platform and the redesign of 8 existing ones.

A new update of the beta version of WhatsApp for devices Android brings with it a total of 21 new emoji that the users of this operating system will have available to test before being officially launched as part of an upcoming package of news.

According to the official page of WABetaInfo, which reported on this novelty for the version of Test of the application of Messenger service snapshot, this update It will also include a redesign for some existing emojis, which will be given a new aesthetic within the platform.

As can be seen in the screenshots that were provided by the websitenot all emoji new or that will have a different aesthetic will be of facial expressions or will have to do with moods, but will be mainly animals, vegetation, symbols and some parts of the body.

WhatsApp beta for Android will have 21 new emojis for users.  (WABetaInfo)
WhatsApp beta for Android will have 21 new emojis for users. (WABetaInfo)
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In addition, it is already known what names these new emoji and among those who express emotions o Moods is the first, which is the speed face (represents a rapid movement to the sides), new colors of hearts (light blue, gray and pink), high five (both left and right hands) in all available skin tone versions.

On the other hand, those that refer to animals or silvers are emojis that show a moose, donkey, crow (with a style similar to that of the head of pigeon), goose, jellyfish, white wings, a particular plant, ginger, as well as peas or peas in some countries.

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Other of the new emojis for WhatsApp are linked to the representation of objects and symbols specials. According to WABetaInfo, these are a Chinese fan, a comb, maracas, a flute, a special symbol inside a purple box and finally the symbol of Wifi inside a gray box.

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Users will be able to use the new emojis for their messages only if they have the beta test version of the application available.  The official launch does not yet have an exact date.  REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
Users will be able to use the new emojis for their messages only if they have the beta test version of the application available. The official launch does not yet have an exact date. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Regarding the redesigned versions of some emojithis process has been carried out in eight that are currently available within the system of WhatsApp its use by people.

Among these new editions of the emoji you can find three different versions of two people next to a heart (male and male, male and male kiss, female and male), as well as presenting a new form of people holding hands (woman and man, two men and two women).

The only ones emoji Representing facial expressions and moods and redesigned are the one with teary eyes and the one with tears of happiness in the eyes.

Although this is a version update beta of the appthe full version that is available to all users has presented a change regarding its style and the font that can be seen on the screen of any of the devices that are in use, be they iOS either Android.

The application is making changes to the default font type.
The application is making changes to the default font type.

Goalthe company behind the development of the messaging application, confirmed to infobae that “indeed there was a small change in the font”, something that is being implemented little by little in all devices Android Y iOS in various sections of the platform.

Although there are no further details on what other modifications are in development or are being planned for the app messages, these two modifications are expected to arrive gradually in the next update of the platform in the following months.

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