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Android might separate emoji from OS updates so you can get new ones faster

25/11/2020

Emoji are important. Heck, they were the biggest reason I wanted to write about the recent iOS 14.2 update. More emoji = better expression. Whenever Unicode consortium, a non-profit organization that handles dissemination and approval of emoji, releases a new set, there’s palpable excitement to start using them...
Emoji are important. Heck, they were the biggest reason I wanted to write about the recent iOS 14.2 update. More emoji = better expression. Whenever Unicode consortium, a non-profit organization that handles dissemination and approval of emoji, releases a new set, there’s palpable excitement to start using them in our favorite apps and devices as soon as possible. However, we often need to wait it out till Apple, Google, or your phone maker releases an OS update with the new set. [Read: Why this security engineer loves working in infosec] This process may change for Android users. Sleuths at XDA Developers a clue in Android… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android Emoji are important. Heck, they were the biggest reason I wanted to write about the recent iOS 14.2 update. More emoji = better expression. Whenever Unicode consortium, a non-profit organization that handles dissemination and approval of emoji, releases a new set, there’s palpable excitement to start using them in our favorite apps and devices as soon as possible. However, we often need to wait it out till Apple, Google, or your phone maker releases an OS update with the new set. [Read: Why this security engineer loves working in infosec] This process may change for Android users. Sleuths at XDA Developers a clue in Android… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android
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