Latest Android update brings new features to Gboard, accessibility apps and more

The company is also rolling out more than 1,600 new Emoji Kitchen combinations to help users express themselves by making new hybrid emojis. Google is also adding new rainbow-based stickers to allow people to celebrate Pride Month.

Google has announced several new features that are coming to Android phones, including updates for Gboard stickers, Play Points and accessibility apps. Most notably, the company is bringing custom text stickers to all Android devices, after first launching them on Pixel phones in March. When you type, you’ll now be able to turn text into a custom sticker. Google says users will be able to type what they want to say and then select a design to share their message. The new custom text stickers will soon be available to users in the United States who are typing in English.


The company is also rolling out more than 1,600 new Emoji Kitchen combinations to help users express themselves by making new hybrid emojis. Google is also adding new rainbow-based stickers to allow people to celebrate Pride Month.


Google is also bringing improved background noise reduction to the Sound Amplifier app, which is designed for people with hearing loss. The app uses your phone to amplify and filter important sounds around you. With the new update, the app brings the faster and more accurate sound, along with a revamped user interface that Google says is easier to use.


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