Google Rolls Out Photomoji Feature for Google Messages Beta

Google Rolls Out Photomoji Feature for Google Messages Beta

Google is rolling out a new beta feature called Photomoji for Google Messages. Photomoji allows users to cut out people or objects from their photos and use them as emojis in their conversations.

Download Google Messages from the Google Play Store and start enjoying many of these new features rolling out to beta starting today

How Photomoji Works

To use Photomoji, users simply tap and hold on the subject of an image. Google Messages will automatically cut out the subject and allow users to send it as an emoji. Users can also customize the appearance of their Photomojis by adding accessories, such as hats or glasses.

Availability

Photomoji is currently available in beta for Google Messages users on Android. The feature will be rolled out to all Google Messages users in the coming months.

What People Are Saying

Users are excited about the new Photomoji feature. Many people are using Photomoji to create funny and personalized emojis. Some people also use Photomoji to express themselves in ways they couldn’t with traditional emojis.

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Google’s Next Step

Google is always working on new ways to improve its products. Google will likely add more features to Photomoji in the future. For example, Google could add the ability to create animated Photomojis or use Photomojis in other Google products.

Photomoji is a fun and innovative new feature for Google Messages. It is sure to be popular with users of all ages.

Rosette is known for advocating a sustainable lifestyle. That’s why on her free days, she spends her time writing about sustainability efforts and other ways to help the environment thrive and heal at a time of drastic climate change.
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Rosette is known for advocating a sustainable lifestyle. That’s why on her free days, she spends her time writing about sustainability efforts and other ways to help the environment thrive and heal at a time of drastic climate change.

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