Finally, an Android keyboard that converts pictures into emojis πŸ˜€βŒ¨πŸ’―!
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README.md

πŸ˜€βŒ¨

Finally, an Android keyboard that converts pictures into emojis.

Available on the Play Store

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How πŸ˜€βŒ¨ works

πŸ˜€βŒ¨ works by posting photos to the Google Cloud Vision Api, labelling them, and then converting the text labels into emojis using emoji-java. Since not all labels can be converted directly to emojis, this project also includes a map to convert specific labels. Whenever a label isn't recognized, an event is sent to Firebase Analytics so it can be added later.

How to use πŸ˜€βŒ¨

Follow these steps to enable πŸ˜€βŒ¨ on your phone

  1. Open Settings
  2. Select System
  3. Select Languages and Input
  4. Select Virtual Keyboards
  5. Select Manage Keyboards
  6. Press the toggle to activate πŸ˜€βŒ¨

Now πŸ˜€βŒ¨ is enabled!

In order to use πŸ˜€βŒ¨ to type, start typing anywhere. A keyboard icon will appear in the bottom right of the screen. Press it to see keyboard options and select πŸ˜€βŒ¨.

Samsung Devices:

  1. Enable πŸ˜€βŒ¨ by going to Settings as outlined in the steps above.
  2. To make πŸ˜€βŒ¨ your current keyboard, start typing anywhere. Swipe down from the top of the phone to see your notifications, and there should be a notification allowing you to switch keyboards.

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