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Definition: What is Emoji⁉The word Emoji is a combination of the two japanese words “e” (絵, “picture”) and “moji” (文字, “character”). Japan 🗾 is moreover country of origin of these pictograms. At first Emojis were primarly used to express feelings and emotions like Emoticons do, but then the number of Emojis has become more and more. By now the diversity of Emojis has been extended by flags, skin tones, genders and many more. To find your favourite Emojis more easily, they are classified in the categories listed above or can be found here:
Emoji List 📑With the release of Unicode version 10.0 on June 20, 2017 there are currently 1,139 single Unicode characters that that can be used in Emoji. Due to hundreds of sequences containing two or more Unicode characters (important for Emoji flags, professions or skin tones) there are more than 2,600 Emojis available.
Full Emoji List
Difference to Emoticons ↔Emoticons are way older than Emojis. Emoticon means the usage of one or more ASCII characters. One of the first and most used Emoticons is the following: :-). Emoticon sounds like emotion and that’s the primary use. Later, messenger programs like Skype and ICQ converted the emoticons to graphics like Emojis are converted nowadays. Further Emoticons: :p | o_O | ;-D | ;=(
Most searched and most used Emojis 🔍So which are the most wanted Emojis worldwide?
Here are the TOP 5 Emojis most searched on Google:
- 😂 Face With Tears Of Joy
- 😍 Smiling Face With Heart-Eyes
- ❤ Red Heart
- 😘 Face Blowing A Kiss
- 😊 Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes
The TOP 5 Emojis most used on Twitter:
Emoji Meanings 🤷So what’s the meaning of all those Emojis? It’s not easy to answer this question. Sometimes an Emoji has more than one meaning. Additionally, some Emojis may have a positive AND a negative meaning depending on its context. Furthermore, an Emoji can have a different meaning in another language. Very often people use specific Emojis because they look suitable without knowing which meaning each of them has.
Best example: Different colors of the Emoji hearts.
Emoji Support 💁You can only see an empty box or “X” if you want to copy and paste a specific Emоji? Don’t worry. That just means that the Emoji is currently not supported by your platform/device/application. But you can still click on the “Copy!” button and paste it anywhere you would like. Other people will still see the Emoji if their platform supports it. Notice: Always use the latest version of your platform/device/application to get the best Emoji support!
Platforms and ProvidersList of platforms/companies/apps providing/using Emojis:
- Apple (for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch)
- Facebook (different set on Facebook Desktop Website and Facebook Messenger)
- Google (for Android)
- Instagram (uses Google Emoji on Android and Apple Emoji on iOS)
- Microsoft (for Windows PC/Tablet and Windows Phone)
- WhatsApp (Since WhatsApp version 2.17 WhatsApp uses its own Emoji set. Older versions of WhatsApp used Apple Emojis.)
Emoji Look 👀Each single Emoji may look different on another platform/device/app, as many platforms use their own Emoji artwork (like Apple or Facebook), make them also available for other companies (like Twitter, Google or EmojiOne) or just use the native Emojis, which are provided by the operating system (Microsoft Windows, Android by Google, iOS by Apple,…). Furthermore, the look of an Emoji can change with each new version. The best example are the “Blob Emoji” on Android 7 (Android Nougat) in contrast to Android 8 (Android Oreo), the latest release of Android.