WhatsApp Rolls Out 21 New Emojis

WhatsApp yet again steps into the game with a new update. Nowadays users chat less with words and more with emojis and stickers, and because of that WhatsApp has decided to further add new emojis to the collection to enhance the interface. In the latest WhatsApp version, WhatsApp rolls out 21 new emojis from Unicode 15.0. Read along to know more.

WhatsApp Rolls Out 21 New Emojis

WhatsApp understands and shares the love for emojis. WABetaInfo shared the information about 8 tweaked emojis and 21 new emojis from Unicode 15.0. Unfortunately, the 21 new emojis were not visible within the keyboard as they are still under development. However, it was possible to send them by using an alternate keyboard.

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In this latest update, it is now possible to send those new emojis from the latest Unicode 15.0 right within the official WhatsApp keyboard meaning, you no longer need to download and use a different keyboard to send them. This introduction to new emojis adds a spark to the experience of using WhatsApp for users who have been using the app for years. The new emojis finally eliminates the problem that caused confusion among the users as they could receive these emojis but were unable to send them without a few workarounds.

We recommend you to keep your WhatsApp updated to the latest version as certain users may be able to see and use the new emojis within the official WhatsApp keyboard even on a different version of the app.

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The good news is these 21 new emojis are available for some beta testers who installed the latest updates of WhatsApp for Android from Play Store. If you are excited to try out the new emojis yourself then we have some good news for you as WhatsApp is rolling out to even more people over the next coming days. For more such new and updates, stay tuned on our page as we update you on every niche.

Source: WABetaInfo

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