Following last week's tease, Google is today rolling out an update for its Nexus line of phones and tablets that adds a bunch of new and redesigned emoji. The new emoji include long-requested ones such as the taco, burrito, unicorn, and middle finger, while old standbys like the pile of poo have gotten a friendlier redesign.
Many of these emoji came to iOS and Windows 10 earlier this year, so Google is playing a bit of catch up here. One thing that is still apparently missing are the multi-racial emoji that are supported on the iPhone and iPad starting with iOS 9.1. Google says the new set is part of the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update and that it has already shared them with its OEM partners, such as Samsung, HTC, and Motorola. Many Android OEMs, including Samsung and LG, design their own emoji, which look different than Google's official set, so there's no telling when these will hit those devices. But if you own a recent Nexus device, you should be seeing an update to Marshmallow 6.0.1 in the very near future.
Until then, you can check out the entire set of more than 200 new Android emoji below.