The Android version of Zoom has been updated with new emoji, and the company is encouraging users to start using them to communicate across cultural barriers.

The company is launching an app called ZOO to allow users to share photos and videos across different cultural groups with ease.

The app will also let users share photos across different languages and genders.

ZOO is currently available in India and the US.

Google says that the app will make it easier for users to communicate more effectively across different cultures.

“By allowing users to see the same images across different screen sizes and languages, it will allow for more efficient and personalized communication between users across different platforms,” said a Google spokesperson in a statement.

“Zoom’s emoji are designed to make it easy to see and share photos between users of all ages and backgrounds across multiple platforms, such as Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac.

It will also make it a breeze for users with limited access to social media to share their content across platforms, even if the platforms they use are different.”

The app will be available in a number of countries, including the US, Canada, India, Brazil, Spain, Italy, China, and Australia.

Users in the US will be able to launch the app via Google Play, while users in India will have to go to the Google Play Store app store and install the app manually.

Users can sign up to the Zoom app for free in the Google Store for both Android and iOS devices.