Google is making a bold push into emoji, with new emoji available for Google Photos, Chrome, and many other apps.
The new emoji features a new font, which Google calls “Knockout.”
The font is inspired by the color of the original emoji, and Google says it can be used to convey personality or express emotions.
“Knack” is the name of the new emoji font, and it’s a new design for the emoji keyboard.
The font is a new one that Google calls Knockout, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the new font will have any impact on emoji.
Knack is a font that’s been designed to look like a normal font.
But the design of the font is meant to look very, very different from other emoji fonts, so the font will look different on all the devices you use.
Google said Knack will also be used in a few other emoji keyboards.
It’s important to note that these new emoji will be used for a very short time.
Google plans to release these new fonts on devices in the second half of 2017.
Google says the new fonts will work with the emoji library that includes Google Maps, Google+ Photos, Google Drive, and other apps that include the emoji emoji.
Google’s own emoji library will also receive updates for Knockout.