30 Jul '15, 12pm

Bing Tests Emoji Keyboard

Bing Tests Emoji Keyboard

We know Bing is into their emojis by being one of the first to support Emoji search . But to take that one step further, it seems Bing is testing adding a virtual keyboard to their search bar for Emojis. Ruben spotted this and posted a video on Twitter . Here is a screen shot of that video, showing the emoji virtual keyboard can be activated by clicking on the emoji in the far right of the search bar. It then loads the keyboard on the screen, which you can position by your mouse and click to type. Here is the video of it in action: Pretty neat! Will Bing make this live for everyone? I doubt it but I can see them adding it as a search option.

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