What better opportunity to introduce a new kind of emoji? The day marked the occasion of their celebration. Ahead of this year’s World Emoji Day, Facebook has decided to fix its emoji game and launch Soundmosis. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. These short sound clips are disguised as emojis.
You will now be able to send word-induced emojis to add extra emotion while chatting. So if you want to compliment someone, just send applause soundmozie that will generate applause for real-time praise. Feeling excited? More details here.
Facebook Soundmojis: How to send?
Facebook has created a whole new soundmozie to send you to its messenger app. There will be a variety of these: clapping, drumming, naughty laughter and much more.
Audio clips from Rebecca Black, TV show and Universal Picture’s F9, NBC and Universal Television’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Netflix and Shondland’s Bridgeton are framemartists. “Ah, all this drama.” Will also be included. It currently has a total of 27 soundmozis
The library is updated frequently and it will see the entry of new sound effects and famous sound bites. Since these sound clips will have a cover with emoji, it will call for a fun way to express your opinion. Here’s how to get started:
Step 1: Open the Facebook Messenger app.
Step 2: Start a new chat or go to an existing one.
Step 3: Select the emoji icon for the expression menu to popup.
Step 4: Then, tap the Loudspeaker icon.
Step 5: Once done, you can now choose the soundmozie you want to send, preview it, and send it to your Facebook friends.
To recall, Facebook SoundMoji is like Windows Live Messenger. New types of emoji will gradually become available to all users. However, it remains to be seen whether this functionality is integrated into Instagram and WhatsApp, which are other social media apps on Facebook that tend to get features similar to Facebook.