Google announced today a new feature for the Chrome OS browser that will let users take advantage of the OS’s new emoji system, but it also announced a couple of new caveats.
The first is that the new emoji support won’t be fully available until early 2018.
It will only be available if you download an app called Blip, which will allow you to download a set of apps to a device and then run them on the device.
You can download Blip right now for $1.49.
The second limitation is that it only supports emoji in the Latin alphabet.
That means that there aren’t enough Latin characters in the Unicode standard to support the new system, which means that some Latin characters will still be hardcoded into the system.
It’ll be up to developers to add support for other languages.
In other words, there are still a lot of things to do before emoji can be widely used.
ChromeOS is a major milestone for ChromeOS, but the OS is still in its infancy.
The OS is currently a beta, and Google has made major changes to the OS in recent months.
For example, the OS has moved away from the native Android UI and replaced it with a native browser, which has made it far more accessible to new users.
That said, the Android UI remains the default UI on Android, and Android devices use a lot less power than the hardware-powered devices ChromeOS ships with.
For now, though, Android devices are still the dominant operating system for Android smartphones, and it’s expected that ChromeOS will be able to keep up with Android devices.
Chrome OS is also expected to be able work on more mainstream devices, including Windows phones, but there’s no indication yet that Chrome OS will be the only operating system supported by those devices.
Google is still looking to expand the emoji support to other languages, and the new feature may be just the beginning of a long-term effort to bring emoji to other platforms.
It’s also possible that the feature won’t arrive in the final version of ChromeOS that Chrome users get, but Google is aiming to make the emoji available in early 2018 and will continue to push it into other software.