WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. You must be using the WhatsApp to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. Sending the emojis, sticker and animated sticker makes your chat fun.
Also, users send the emojis to express the feeling. WhatsApp has a wide collection of emojis. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp rollout New 138 emojis on the Android. Read this post till the end to know more about this.
Here is the full detail about the WhatsApp New 138 emojis for Android.
Recently WhatsApp has rollout the 138 new emojis for the iOS users. After the rollout in iOS, Android users are waiting to use it on the android phone. Finally, WhatsApp also rollout these emojis in android for beta version 220.127.116.11.
These new 138 emojis are different from the old emojis which is already available in the app. You will notice some changes in these emojis like changing in hairstyles, skin tones, and clothes color tones. The collection of these emoji has different types of professional emoji available like painters, policemen, scientists, farmers, teachers, etc.
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You can see the slight differences with respect to those already available in the app for iPhone and iPad. These are added to the great WhatsApp collection which already contains various emotions, people, animals, food, objects, places, symbols, and flags.
The emojis will rollout on the android officially after some time. The official release date of a rollout in the Android is not announced and confirmed. We will inform you when its rollout on the android.
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