Google Adds Google Translate support for Emoji

Posted on April 1, 2014

Today, April 1st, Google announced Google Translate support for Emoji in Chrome for Android and iOS. The translator converts words into little graphics that people can quickly understand. Google says its expert team is constantly improving the Emoji language. Even URLs, ecommerce and subtitles get translated.

Take a look:

Google's translator is an April Fool's Day joke. The search actually will provide a translation if you type in an emoticon. For example, If you type in a smiley face says, ":-) is an emoticon that typically means smiling."

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