3 Useful Emoji Extensions for Chrome

28,000 years after the Ancient Egyptians first started writing with beautiful image-based hieroglyphs, we’ve circled back and now communicate using pictures of eggplants and colorful hearts.

No, it’s not quite as impressive, but it is equally functional (even if lots of people don’t know emojis true meaning). Emojis are so functional, in fact, that Facebook Messenger sees five billion emojis sent every day on the platform. The global total across all apps is probably several times that number.

Chrome has been testing an emoji keyboard for a long time. You can access it and play with it right now if you wish. But be warned—it’s still pretty barebones. If you’re itching for a better way to send and view emojis on Chrome, it makes more sense to use one of these emoji extensions instead.

1. Emoji2Go

The Emoji2Go extension lets you enter emojis in any text field anywhere on the web. It includes a search feature and tabbed emoji browsing. It can also pop out into its own window, making it a useful way to use emoji in other non-web apps as well.

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