Monday 17 October 2016

Whatsapp has brought a new emoji feature

Whatsapp Emoji

Whatsapp has added a new emoji feature which some users might not like it at all.

The recent update to the world's most popular app includes changes to the way emojis are sent.

When a user now adds an emoji to a chat it appears much larger in the message.

Although it doesn't sound like the end of the world, many WhatsApp fans aren't happy and have taken to social media to air their complaints, particularly at the cartoonish nature of the new emojis.

One user wrote, "No, whatsapp. I don't want the emoji to look so big, and I don't want to use so many emojis. Stop making me look interested in the convo."

Another simply added, "The new emoji style on Whatsapp is hideous".

Although the new emojis haven't had 5-star reviews some other features have been better received.

Android users are now able to customise and doodle on their favourite photos before their send them to individual contacts, or group chats within the app.

You can also overlay emoji to the pictures, as well as adding your own handwritten notes in various colours.

After the update, whenever you capture a new photo or video in WhatsApp – or share one that's already saved to your smartphone – you'll automatically see the new editing tools pop-up.

From this menu you can then draw or add emojis to the image before it's sent.

Text can also be added which a range of fonts and colours also included.

The WhatsApp camera feature now supports the front-facing flash so you can take the perfect self, which means that in low light and at night, this will brighten up your screen and improve the quality of your photo.

WhatsApp has also added a convenient zooming feature for recording videos – just slide your finger up and down to zoom in and out.

And to quickly switch between front and rear facing cameras, double tap on the screen.

WhatsApp recently pushed out another update for iPhone users.

The latest upgrade adds Siri support so users can now dictate and send messages via their voice.

There's also the ability to know answer calls from the lock screen and a new widget lets you quickly jump to a recent chat or see which chats have unread messages.



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