Gmail is a free supporting system, a free email service for many. Although people have ditched using the old fashion way to communicate (Emails). We see some anticipation going on with Gmail and Emotions to resurrect that trend.
For 7 years Gmail has generated and created its own emoticons supporting diversity and originality. Finally Gmail entwines its emotion-pop features with Emojis- Although originally only available in Japan, some emoji character sets have been incorporated into Unicode, allowing them to be used elsewhere as well. As a result, emoji have become increasingly popular after their international inclusion in Apple’s iOS in 2011 as the Apple Color Emoji typeface, which was followed by similar adoption by Android and other mobile operating systems, in Windows 8 and added color emoji in Windows 8.1 via the Segoe UI Emoji font.
Google now plans on acquiring a new market liking strategy to launch apps that promote instant messaging as well as add Emojis to email and their app-service.
To add emoji’s as part of your post or message all you have to do is tap on the yellow smilies or more to add them to your message. (to thoroughly learn about them, explore your keyboard)
This was made part of Google’s big announcement on Tuesday and it will be adding many more high resolution themes and images for Gmail desktop.