May 13, 2019
Google wants all users to feel represented in its emoji selection.
The search giant has launched 53 gender fluid emojis as part of its push to be ‘more inclusive,’ according to Fast Company.
It’ll launch in beta for some Pixel smartphone owners this week, then appear for all users of its latest mobile software, Android Q, later this year.
‘We’re not calling this the non-binary character, the third gender, or an asexual emoji – and not gender neutral,’ Jennifer Daniel, a designer at Google, told Fast Company.
This article was posted: Monday, May 13, 2019 at 4:05 am