Twitter on Thursday announced another emoji, enabling its clients to control how high the diyas burn during Diwali. The emoticon – Diya or oil light, when seen in the light mode would show up with a little fire.
Be that as it may, keeping in accordance with the soul of the celebration of lights, crowds could have the fire consume more splendid by exchanging over to Twitter’s dark mode.
Twitter’s dark mode comprises of two varieties, “dim” and also “lights out”. The earlier is now accessible over the Web, iOS, and Android, while the last has been accessible on the Web and iOS, and turned out on Android this week.
It would likewise render in eleven dialects including Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Odia, Tamil, and Telugu enabling a differing set of individuals to observe Diwali and join the open public conversation.
The emoticon will be available until October 29.
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