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  1. Sep 18, 2020 · Sep 18, 2020 • 7 min read 217 new emojis have been approved and will come to devices throughout 2021. Additions include a heart on fire, face in the clouds, a woman with a beard, and new mixed skin tone options for couples.

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    13 More Languages Supported on Emojipedia. Today we here at Emojipedia have expanded the selection of languages that can be used to browse and search our site, bringing the total number of supported languages to nineteen.

  3. Jan 29, 2020 · Emojipedia is today releasing sample images for each of the new emojis approved as part of this list. First Look: All 117 New Emojis for 2020 Watch on Above: New emojis approved for release in 2020. Video: Emojipedia.

  4. Sep 12, 2023 · Keith Broni Sep 12, 2023 • 6 min read The latest list of emoji recommendations drafted by the Unicode Consortium - Emoji 15.1 - has been formally approved. This means that 118 new emojis should be arriving across our various digital devices over the next year or so. Above: Emojipedia Sample Images for Emoji 15.1. Image: Emojipedia.

  5. Feb 11, 2021 · Feb 11, 2021 • 17 min read Questions about heart emojis are very common, and this makes a lot of sense. No-one wants to be accused of giving the wrong impression, nor step over some kind of line of emoji familiarity. Does the blue heart mean platonic love and the green heart represents jealousy? Is there a platonic heart in the mix?

  6. Apple. Emojis displayed on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV use the Apple Color Emoji font installed on iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. Some Apple devices support Animoji and Memoji . Two Private Use Area characters are not cross-platform compatible but do work on Apple devices: Apple logo. Beats 1 logo.

  7. Jan 25, 2024 · Keith Broni Jan 25, 2024 • 2 min read New emojis have arrived on iOS as part of the first iOS 17.4 beta. The new additions include a phoenix, a lime, smileys shaking their heads up and down, and a series of direction-specifying people emojis. The new emojis in today's beta release are drawn from Unicode's September 2023 recommendations: Emoji 15.1.

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