Earlier this month Google launched desktop browser support for Android Messages, letting you text friends from your PC (if you’ve got an Android device to set things up with). Well, it wouldn’t be a proper Google app without a few hidden Easter eggs, and users have been busy digging up words and phrases that act as shortcuts to kaomoji — those Japanese emoticons that look a little like this: ٩(ఠ益ఠ)۶.
Most of these seem to have been carried over from Hangouts, as spotted by this post on Reddit. We’ve assembled a partial list of the ones we’ve tested below, but unfortunately it seems the more elaborate tricks from Hangouts don’t work. These include codes like /ponystream (which produced a herd of galloping My Little Ponies) and /shydino…
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Author: James Vincent
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