The most popular emoji of 2021 fits this year.

The most used emoji of 2021
Unicode Consortium

Like last year, 2021 is a year full of trials and challenges. The Unicode Consortium has analyzed the most used emoji of the year, and we have all used Tears of Happiness more than any other, which seems appropriate for 2021.

“According to data collected by the Unicode Consortium, the non-profit organization responsible for digitizing the world’s languages, Tears of Joy accounts for more than 5% of all emoji usage,” said Jennifer Daniels, chair of the Unicode Emoji subcommittee. Wrote in a blog. Post

Second was the Heart Emoji for 2021, and then there was a huge drop off before the rows of laughing emojis on the floor. Here is a complete list of ten emojis according to the Unicode Consortium:

  1. 3
  2. 3
  3. 3
  4. 3
  5. 3
  6. 3
  7. 3
  8. 3
  9. 3
  10. 3

Overall, the emoji offered by 2021 feels like love and hope. We were crying tears of joy everywhere and expressing love to our friends and loved ones. The only sad emoji in the top ten comes in at number five, which paints the year in a pretty positive image. This makes sense, as many places have taken the lockdown and allowed people to see their friends and loved ones for the first time in a long time.

What will be the top emoji list of 2022? It all depends on whether 2022 looks like a year.

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