However, there are some limitations
As the default messaging app on some of the best Android smartphones, Google Messages is essential in our daily communication. It can handle both traditional SMS/MMS and the more sophisticated RCS standard, making it suitable for connecting with just about anyone who has a phone number. To improve the user experience, Messages introduced advanced AI features like Magic Compose in beta to help users jot down quick replies. Chat apps now allow you to choose animated emojis, with some limitations.
Sending standard emoji is already possible in messages. But the inclusion of an animated emoji changes the mood a bit. However, the animation seems to work only if he sends one emoji. So using multiple emojis or combining text with emojis doesn’t seem to trigger the animation.
But on the bright side, it can be applied to many of the emojis currently available on your keyboard, making your text more lifelike. The inclusion of emoji animations within messages was first spotted by Reddit user BruthaBeige, who later posted on the Google Messages subreddit.
Separately, Android Expert Mishaal Rahman Some users also seem to have received hints about adding new visuals and will reply later Confirming its existence. However, it looks like this feature isn’t available to everyone, so it could be a regional rollout at this point.
There are still some unknowns at this time, including those pointed out above. However, once animated emojis are available to all Messages users, we expect Google to provide all relevant information about animated emojis. Recent additions to the app include new badges for RCS chat, and Google has also extended direct reply for users of his web version of Messages.
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