Twitter dispatches new emoticon for Diwali 2019
The emoticon - diya or oil light, when seen in the light mode would show up with a little fire. The emoticon will be accessible until October 29.
Twitter on Thursday declared another emoticon enabling its clients to control how high the diyas fire consumes during Diwali.
"In accordance with our custom of drawing in individuals in this discussion, just as enchanting them with developments, we have propelled a 'Lights On' diya emoticon to speak to the delight of the celebration of lights," Manish Maheshwari, Managing Director, Twitter India, said in an announcement.
The emoticon - diya or oil light, when seen in the light mode would show up with a little fire. Notwithstanding, keeping in accordance with the soul of the celebration of lights, spectators could have the fire consume more splendid by exchanging over to Twitter's dim mode.
Twitter's dull mode comprises of two varieties, "diminish" and "lights out". The previous is as of 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.
"Lights Out" mode could spare battery life on those gadgets with OLED screens, improves comprehensibility around evening time, and furthermore expanded openness for people with explicit kinds of visual debilitation.
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 discussion.