Chrome for Android and iOS: Emojify the Web

The Chrome team is excited to announce Google Translate support for Emoji built directly into Chrome for Android and iOS. You can now read all your favorite …

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  1. Today we are announcing Google Translate support for Emoji in Chrome for Android and iOS. With this new feature, you can now read all your favorite web content faster using efficient and emotive illustrations on your phone and tablet. To view webpages in Emoji, simply tap on the menu icon, then select “Translate to Emoji”. Available in English only. Head over to the Chrome Blog to learn about why Emoji matters: goo.gl/SzwA2f #emojifiedchrome

  2. We didn’t know we needed to Emojify the Internet before, but we’re on board now! Imagine coding in emoji… Google Chrome translates the internet into Emojify (for a day – April Fool’s Day!). Anyone get a chance to do this? We woke up here in Aus and it was over. #emojifiedchrome #googlechrome (You’re crying…and you’re a cat.) 

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