Google Chrome now supports Emojis on Apple MacOS

We are living in 2018 and these days messaging has occupied a huge part of our daily life. There was a time when we use to message our loved ones through our SIM card services but at present messenger apps like Whatsapp, Instagram gets the job done.

google chrome now supports emojis on apple macos

They are Free, they are secure and they are more reliable. A lot of users all over the world still browse platforms like Twitter, Facebook through their PC/Laptop and the biggest problem here is that the web browser doesn’t support emojis. Recently some fresh information has arrived which suggests that the latest version of Chrome browser packs that feature. So without making any further delay let’s get to the facts.

Emojis are our need today, they are the future and a modern way to deliver any message. One can easily describe his/her feelings, emotions through Emojis rather than typing a full-fledged message. This feature is available for ages on our smartphone but hardly any known browser is there that offers Emojis support. As per the information reported by a Source(a well-known Media source) the latest version of Google Chrome possess this feature and is currently available for Apple Mac.

Google Chrome Canary v67.0.3389.0 for Mac system has support for Emojis. However, the user has to enable it by himself. If you own an Apple system then you are fortunate as at present it is not available on any other platforms like Windows, Chrome OS, etc.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy S9 My Emoji Maker apk now available for download

In case you don’t know Canary is the Beta version of Chrome browser which is more focused on developers. If you want to enable this feature in your Chrome you can go to”chrome://flags”, here search “emoji” and then enable it “chrome://flags/#enable-emoji-context-menu”. As mentioned above this method will not work on any other platform except MacOS. Google might release it soon to the official version of Chrome. We can also expect this to arrive for other operating systems like Windows, Chrome OS, etc.

Akshay Dua
Akshay Dua
He likes to play with the latest phones, gaming consoles, PCs, laptops and when he gets some spare time he likes to do VFX stuff. You can always find him playing with tools like Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, After Effects, etc. His current gear is OnePlus 6.


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