Emoji Is Coming to Chrome on OS X

/ 5 years ago

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Google’s Chrome is very popular browser among users of Apple’s OS X. However, in this age of Social Media, the browser has had one very notable omission – emoji.

Yes, it’s amazing to think that any browser is without the popular snippets of emotion littered across the web. Finally though, it seems that Google is bringing the cherubic characters to their OS X flavour of Chrome.

The Next Web reports that users of the latest developer builds of Chrome have found emoji now works. Mac users can now use them for themselves by running Google’s Chrome Canary, the special testing version of the browser.

The characters should be included in stable builds in the coming weeks.

Source: The Next Web

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