Samsung Experience 9.0 vs 8.5, here are the new emojis

A new set of emoji was recently announced by the Unicode Consortium, the non-profit organization that develops and promotes the use of these symbols in all major operating systems, meant for adoption by major platforms in 2018. 

Phone makers, however, can mix and match their own versions, and Samsung has apparently been hard at work overhauling its emoji roster for its Experience 9.0 version that is landing on the Galaxy S8 as we speak, and will be present on the Galaxy S9 out of the box, too.

There are plenty of changes to look forward too, the most notable being …


Samsung Experience 9.0 vs 8.5 changelog, here are the new emojis

A new set of emoji was recently announced by the Unicode Consortium, the non-profit organization that develops and promotes the use of these symbols in all major operating systems, meant for adoption by major platforms in 2018. 

Phone makers, however, can mix and match their own versions, and Samsung has apparently been hard at work overhauling its emoji roster for its Experience 9.0 version that is landing on the Galaxy S8 as we speak, and will be present on the Galaxy S9 out of the box, too.

There are plenty of changes to look forward too, the most notable being …

No less than 157 emojis are coming to Android and iOS in 2018

Back in December, Unicode presented those interested with an expanded list of emojis that might be coming to mobile platforms like Android and iOS this year. The list wasn’t final, so we had to wait two more months for the Unicode Consortium to publish the list of characters that smartphone makers can include on their devices.

Dubbed Emoji 11.0, the list contains no less than 157 emojis that you might see on Android and iOS devices in the second half of the year. One interesting fact is that the list includes emojis with different hair color and style for the first time: red hair, white …

Project emojis into your toilet bowl with this device because who says you don't know how to have fun

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Google fixes burger and beer emojis in Android 8.1

One of Google’s biggest mistakes with Android 8.0 was to mess up the burger and beer emojis. Surely. But after Google CEO Sundar Pichai last month jokingly said that he will “drop everything” and dedicate himself to undoing this scandalous neglect, justice will be served in Android 8.1.

Making a burger is pretty simple, right? You put the lettuce right under the top bun, so the tomato doesn’t make it soggy, then comes the tomato, then the cheese, the patty, and the other bun. Bun, salad, cheese, patty, bun. Pretty simple stuff, right? …

Apple: these new iMessage emojis are coming with the iOS 11.1 update

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