Reports There’s More Emojis On Twitter Met With Monkey Emoji

Reports There’s More Emojis On Twitter Met With Monkey Emoji
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Reports are circulating the internet Twitter has upped the ante on its emojis, now having a myriad of cartoon things for users to choose from.

The exploration of more emojis on the social media platform comes after the company changed its ‘favourites’ to heart-shaped ‘like’ – a move product manager Akarshan Kumar said was due to the confusion it could create for newcomers.

And now The Verge reports a heap more emojis are potentially in the works for users to express themselves with, noticed by one Twitter user.

When we asked Twitter Australia about it, this was their comment – as has been the comment from other Twitter offices around the globe.

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Emojis are hot, hot, hot, with Coke being the first brand to buy an emoji on Twitter. The soft drink brand bought the image of two coke bottles clinking together.

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And one agency wasn’t happy with the amount of emojis able to be used for the advertising industry, so they created a heap instead, featuring pencils, lions, that Old Spice guy on a horse.

Check them out here.

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