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Emoji Facts to Help You Celebrate World Emoji Day

Emoji Facts to Help You Celebrate World Emoji Day

It comes at a time when the familiar messaging characters that populate our smartphones are more in demand than ever: in fact, this marks the fourth annual celebration of World Emoji Day, which is getting bigger with each edition. It is the newest themed day on the block but lots of exciting things have been going on around the world! An adjudicator for Guinness World Records confirmed the new title for the Largest Gathering of people dressed as emoji faces simultaneously across multiple venues. Apple updated it's iTunes Movies home page to be filled with emojis.

You can commemorate this occasion by stretching your fingers for optimal emoji usage, flooding your socialmedia with the latest emojis from 2017, participate in the 2017 Emoji Awards or just book tickets to the upcoming Emoji movie.

Emojis have quite an extensive history.

Although the movies aren't for sale or changed in any way other than emoji banners, it's still a fun way to try to guess the movie based exclusively on emojis. And with 2017 also heralding events like the introduction of expanded human emoji and the premiere of the Emoji Movie, it looks like emojis are truly coming of age. The most common emoji is the one. Australia is generally more subdued, preferring a simple smiley emoji. Ricky Gervais, Patrick Stewart, Anna Faris, Christina Aguilera and T.J Miller will all lend their voices and keep us entertained!