Google administrative have claimed that the firm will be introducing newly-designed bunch of emojis with soon-to-released Android O, later in 2017. As accounted by the company, the new set of emoji has been under development for almost a year and a half, and is said to be more user-friendly than before.
“It is an issue of communication,” claimed, Creative Director of Material Design of Google, Rachel Been. She further said, “If I sent the dancing woman to my friend on iOS and I am on a device running on Android, then I see a dribble, which means there is a miscommunication.”
“We are working on a full restoration of the set of emoji,” said Product Manager for Android, Gus Fonts. He further said, “We took a glance at many stuffs, but frequently the thing that is most outstanding is, possibly, the candy blobs or dots, which are now surrogated with a bunch of squashy circles-for a number of fine factors.”
The emojis that are blob in shape, which an individual can spot in stock keyboard of Android, will be restored with emojis with round shape along with flatter appearance and more obvious utilization of gradient colors. “We employed a number of reusable elements. Expressions have an extremely constant set of mouths and eyes,” claimed Been.
“We also used a network system, most particular and common in people and expression emoji, and developed it on the Material Design network system so there was equivalence present at that time,” she further added. Android O is intended to bring a lot more characteristics and functions in addition to a restored set of emoji. The OS is claimed to comprise goodies such as notification badges, Picture-in-Picture, new home screen for Android TV, Google Chrome autofill, background limits, smart text selection, and different other system optimizations. The new set of emoji is also expected to arrive to devices running on Android Go, the first one of which will strike the market in 2018.
For now, people all over the world have their eyes set on the new emojis. They are eager to experience and see how the new emojis work and appear.