How to merge two smileys into one: here’s how to create personalized smileys with Emoji Kitchen, the new function available within the Google Gboard keyboard.
Great news for emoji lovers: it is now possible to create them customized according to your needs and your imagination by combining two smileys in one to have new ones and never seen before. But how does it work and how do you get it?
Have you come across a face never seen before that you can’t find inside your keyboard? Quiet: this is a novelty called Emoji Kitchen and was introduced by Google for its Gboard available for iOS and Android.
The Google keyboard for smartphones allows you to create a new emoji by combining two smileys into one, with fun and unique results. Here’s how to do it.
Personalized emojis with GBoard: how to merge two smileys into one
The first thing to do is to install the Gboard on your device, the keyboard created by Google that can be downloaded through the Google Play Store on Android and the App Store. Refer to your smartphone settings to implement it perfectly and switch to using it by default.
The Emoji Kitchen, allows you to merge and mix two faces with different meanings and create a new one. How to do it? Simple: choose an emoji, hold your finger for a long time and wait for the next window.
The possible mergers will in fact be chosen by Google, which will offer you a selection of unique and combined faces, in the form of a sticker. It is not possible, for the moment, to choose the combination of the proposed variants but you have to settle for those created by Google.
The possibilities are however different and able to satisfy even the most demanding users: based on the smilies that are usually used by the single user, you can have really interesting fusions such as that between the cactus and the monkey, or have a cat with the glasses.
In the rollout phase, the Emoji Kitchen is already starting to entertain users and the stickers created are compatible with all the main instant messaging applications such as Telegram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Snapchat and even Gmail.