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Here Are the Most Frequently Used Emojis of 2021
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Here Are the Most Frequently Used Emojis of 2021

The crying-laughing face emoji still reigns supreme.

Preview the Emojis Arriving in the Next Unicode Update
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Preview the Emojis Arriving in the Next Unicode Update

A biting lip and a face melting into a puddle are among the 37 new emojis.

Here Are the Potential Emojis Coming With Unicode 14.0
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Here Are the Potential Emojis Coming With Unicode 14.0

Centered around diversity and inclusivity.

Latest Emoji Update Brings 200 New Skin Tones to Couples Icons
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Latest Emoji Update Brings 200 New Skin Tones to Couples Icons

Along with seven new graphics.

117 New Emojis Set to Release This Year
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117 New Emojis Set to Release This Year

Including one of bubble tea, a smiling face with a tear & more gender-inclusive options.


Interracial Couple Emojis Are Finally Here
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Interracial Couple Emojis Are Finally Here

Wordless communication just got more inclusive.

 
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