Action speaks louder than words, they say. But in the case of Facebook Messenger, what better way to convey your message than letting your recipient hear it? Meta introduced Soundmojis as an addition to the collection of regular emojis you can add and send through your Messenger app. Soundmojis are emojis but with the sound or voice. Instead of just seeing the clap emoji or the drumroll, you get to hear their real sound.
Emojis are fun and colorful which gives your messages more depth and clarity. It can convey closer to your emotions instead of simply typing the text. If you are ecstatic about something, you can add a dancing emoji to let others know of your real feelings. While emojis are successful as they have been, Soundmojis are bringing in the audio to the mix.
Since the launch, Meta added several new Soundmojis for more options. You can find and access audio clips from popular TV series like Bridgerton, Stranger Things, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. There are music Soundmojis to quote lyrics from your favorite artists like Taylor Swift and Drake.
How to Get Meta Soundmojis & Send One on Facebook Messenger
Soundmojis are available on the Facebook Messenger app both on iOS and Android devices. If you cannot find the Soundmojis on your Facebook Messenger social messaging app for iPhone or Android phone, you need to install the latest version of the instant messaging app.
- Go to the App Store for iOS devices or the Google Play Store for Android.
- On the Search bar, enter Messenger.
- Tap Facebook Messenger.
- Check if there are available updates.
- Tap the Update button.
How to Use Meta Soundmojis on Facebook Messenger
It is easy to add the Soundmojis to your messages! Launch a new message and tap the Smiley Face icon. Tap the Loudspeaker icon to find and send the Soundmojis you want.
You can check how each Soundmojis sounds by tapping it to listen. Once you love that Soundmoji, tap the Send button to share it on the chat.
How do you like the Soundmojis on your Facebook Messenger messages? Will you be using it more than the regular emojis? We would love to know your thoughts! You can write to us in the comment section below.