Emojis are pictograms, ideograms, and smileys used in various electronic modes of communication. Emojis exist in multiple kinds, including facial emotions, everyday objects, animals, places, and types of weather.
Emojis appeared in Japan in 1997 and became more popular worldwide in the 2010s. They are now recognized to be a part of popular culture around the world.
The map below shows which emoji does language of every use more than others. Swifkey analyzed the frequentness of using emojis in different countries.
Nowadays, there are many emojis, and it can be challenging to understand the intricacies of their use. Erin made the map that shows the similarity of 435 emojis. The resemblance is determined by patterns of emoji usage on Twitter.