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Out of over 3,000 Emojis to choose from, here are the ones we use the most

And no, it's not the eggplant or peach Emojis. Get your mind out of the gutter.
C. Scott BrownJuly 17, 201959 shares
 

Google is bringing 65 new emoji to Android Q, including sloth, waffles

The company is also implementing 53 gender-inclusive designs and more multi-skintoned couples.
Hadlee SimonsJuly 17, 2019622 shares
 

This free tool turns your photos into incredible emoji mosaics — try it now!

A Google engineer has created an image processing tool that converts uploaded images into emoji-based mosaics.
Scott Adam GordonFebruary 11, 2019102 shares
 

Android emoji – everything you need to know

Trying to get into the Emoji world? Our plan here is to take you through an extensive guide on the Android emoji experience.
Edgar CervantesNovember 11, 2018728 shares
 

A ninja emoji could be on its way, but you’ll have to wait until 2020 for it

There are currently 61 proposed emoji for 2019, but 2020 will be the year of the ninja.
Justin DuinoAugust 11, 2018114 shares
 

To celebrate ?World Emoji Day?, Google gives us a throwback to ‘blob’ Emoji

Today is World Emoji Day, and Google is giving us a present via "blob" Emoji sticker packs for Gboard and Android Messages.
C. Scott BrownJuly 17, 2018242 shares
 

Android P DP3 features preview of the controversial new Emojis for 2018

The Android P DP3 released today features a bit of an Emoji controversy involving the new defaults for the "family" and "couple" Emojis.
C. Scott BrownJune 6, 2018495 shares
 

The 2019 Emoji candidates feature an accessibility theme

The Unicode Consortium posted the 2019 Emoji candidates. The theme for next year is accessibility for the disabled community.
C. Scott BrownMay 10, 2018160 shares
 

Google turns pistol emoji into water gun in new update

The company has adopted the same gun emoji style as Twitter, Samsung and Apple.
Scott Adam GordonApril 25, 20181800 shares
 

British adults think Emojis are bringing down English language

A YouTube study of 2,000 British adults concludes that the majority of people think the English language is declining, and Emojis might be to blame.
C. Scott BrownApril 18, 2018306 shares
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