The Unicode consortium adds new emojis to its list every year, but developers need to support it in the apps first. That is why new emojis often come to the smartphone only in app updates.
WhatsApp fits app to Unicode
WhatsApp has released a whole new set of new and changed emojis for Android users in its new beta release, version 2.19.315 WABetaInfo reported. Some of them are from the list of 230 emojis that were released by the Unicode consortium earlier this year: Soon these 230 new emojis will come to your smartphone.
Among the emojis are people in wheelchairs, a yawning smiley with a hand over his mouth, two new colored hearts (white and brown) and other colored shapes, a flamingo, a guide dog, an ice cube, sloths, prosthetics and the "Just a Bit "-Hand. In addition, three pairs of emojis have been fitted with new colors and more details. Here you can see some selected emojis, the complete list can be found at WABetaInfo,
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WhatsApp on Android now even safer
What has been around for a long time on iOS and has already been tested on Android in the beta phase, now finally comes to all Android users. Chats can now also be protected by fingerprint in addition to the screen lock, TECHBOOK reported. So you can give your smartphone the partner or friends in hand without the chats are immediately visible to them.
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