Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Technology is evolving rapidly, bringing exciting new features to smartphones. Smartphone users will soon have access to a new kind of emojis, enhancing their conversations.

According to a report from 9to5Google, Google is working on introducing 'Audio Emoji' features. These features will add sound effects to conversations and are expected to be included in the upcoming update of the Google Phone app.

The audio emojis will offer six different sounds that both callers can hear. These include applause, laughter, trombone (for crying), poop, and ba dum tss (for a punchline). 

Know How To Use It

To use these audio emojis, users simply select one to play a fun animation and sound effect. 

However, there is a limit to how often you can use them, with a cooldown period between each use to prevent overuse.

There are two ways to access audio emojis- through a button in the overflow menu or a chip that appears in the main calling interface.

Furthermore, Google is considering allowing users to disable this feature on their Android smartphones.

Meanwhile, Google is also in the process of developing a new privacy feature to help users protect their personal information from being leaked, according to an official report.