Studies indicate that, if the current pace is maintained constantly, in 42 years all human communication will be based exclusively on emojis. I may or may not have invented this, but the fact that the faces are becoming increasingly unbearable proportions in the digital world, so that the mere announcement of the inclusion of new figures attracts more attention than a new file system.
So it may be more relevant than ever to talk about Emoji>, a new app that puts users in the hands of deciding which new emojis will be added to the official Unicode catalog.
in Emoji +
Version 188.8.131.52 (229.7 MB) Requires iOS 9.0 or superior
The service exists in two forms: a website and an iOS app that also serves as a personalized keyboard for the infamous stickers. In both, a series of proposals for new emojis being considered for inclusion is displayed, and the user can vote for the one he likes best. The emoji with the most votes receives a request for formal inclusion in Unicode by EmojiXpress.
At the moment, the option with the most votes is a face asking for silence, which admittedly would come in handy on a number of occasions. Others quite popular are a passionate emoji with multiple hearts, crossed fingers, a face being blown up by a nuclear bomb and the representation of a marijuana leaf. I love the 21st century!
The Emoji app / keyboard> is available for free on the App Store, but there are in-app purchases to unlock some features. Be sure to be part of this crucial human duty! 😝