Google has rolled out its Emoji Kitchen feature on the web, allowing users to create unique emoji combinations directly from Google Search. This feature, previously available only on Android's Gboard, is now accessible to a wider audience.

To get started, simply type "Emoji Kitchen" into Google Search and click "Get cooking." You can choose from various emoji options or use the randomizer to generate creative combinations. Once you've crafted your emoji masterpiece, copy it to your device's clipboard and paste it as a sticker in messages or documents.

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Among the new additions are different variations of head shaking, both vertically and horizontally. Additionally, the update introduces characters with gender-neutral depictions of families.

This move comes as a welcome surprise for iPhone users who can now enjoy the Emoji Kitchen experience on their devices. While the web version offers a slightly smaller selection of combinations compared to Gboard, it's a step toward making emoji creativity more accessible across different platforms.