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As a Motorola user, I never thought people didn't know that

I have been a Motorola user for just over a year. I own a Moto X 2014. And I love discovering all the unique features and getting the most out of everything the device can offer. Only sometimes I forget that only a small portion of the population does that. And that's why I was impressed by the frequent doubts that were coming here.

Here's the question: How do I use Motorola's standard keyboard emojis? Apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and others have super fast and easy access to emojis, which are widely used around the world. But how do you put emojis in Instagram subtitles? And on Twitter posts?

This enters the emojis that are built into the standard Motorola keyboard. Only they are half hidden, but nothing that needs a treasure map to find. Remember that the keyboard of the Moto line is the same as Google, and can be downloaded through the Google Play Store.




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Quite simply: when you're on the Instagram, Twitter, or any other app that doesn't have a quick shortcut for emoji, just long press the line break or send message key (depending on the app). You will see that a new key appears with a smiley face. Just select it to access the standard Android emoji, as shown in the screenshots below.

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Accessing emojis on Motorola standard keyboard / AndroidPIT
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<p>Unfortunately, the emojis are the standard Android ones, which look like a mix of "ice cream" and amoeba. That is, ugly. Particularly, I don't even like to use it, but if you don't give up using emojis in your messages or comments, this is the tip for Motorola users.</p>
<h3>And did you know that or not?</h3>
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