Photo Credit: Unicode

Do you ever need an Emoji to show that you are crying with happiness or melting? Those are two of the new emojis heading our way soon!


Global (15 September 2021) – While we still love and thrive on the use of actual words, sometimes emojis can help convey tone or even just make it easier to communicate emotions. Let’s be honest, sometimes tone and emotion are lost in text and we need help.

The Emoji people (Emojipedia) that create new emojis every so often have done well with these new options. They have released the draft for the 14.0 update and included this year, are a several new hand emojis as well as some fun new images.

The new update will come with 37 new emojis and over 800 new characters.

The Unicode Consortium expects the new code to launch widely on computers and mobile phones next year. Take a look at the new emojis below.

Sources: iol / Unicode
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