Facebook has implemented a new Emojis library for its messaging application that adds a new layer of expression to the images of common use: sound effects. Facebook calls these Soundmoji, explaining that when it is selected, the recipient will not only see the emoji, but will also hear a related sound, including everything, from crickets and crickets of squeaks to the sound bites of the TV programs.
Emojis, like GIF, are used to express emotions without words; They have become a kind of universal online language that communicates one’s feelings with respect to an issue that anyone can understand. Facebook Soundmojis reinforce the feeling expressed by the Emoji using related sound effects and audio clips.
Users can find the soundmochi touching the smiley face icon on a messenger chat, then touching the speaker icon. The application will present a Soundmoji library that can be previewed with its sound effects before sending them in chat. The emoji remains the same one that is used to, but it can tell when they include the sound due to the “sound waves” that surround them.
It is not clear how many emoji have the option of sound effects at this time, but a quick look shows many options of common use, including the laughing emoji, the hands of applauding and crickets, all of which, of course, express The feeling with real. Sound effects of applaudes and squeaks. Facebook has also added audio clips from popular media.
Users can, for example, share brief audio clips of things like the success of Sitcom Brooklyn nine and nine and the film F9. Facebook says it plans to regularly update your Soundmoji library with new sound bites and sound effects, although it is not clear when the next update will come.