As emoji grow more popular, the “language” also risks fragmentation
Emoji in iOS 10. Andrew Cunningham Emoji in Android 7. Andrew Cunningham Emoji in the Windows 10 Anniversary update. Andrew Cunningham reader comments 6 Share this story Emoji have become important. They’ve permeated our conversations and our messaging apps and our popular culture to a degree that no one could have anticipated just a few years ago,...
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