The Unicode Consortium, responsible for the development and publication of emoji, has just published (via MacRumors) its 13th edition. New emoji is up to 62, and 55 other variants. Among these, we find something new she smiles, stuff with animals, and some new things. Apple has yet to announce when we will see them on their devices, but it is likely that they will come with iOS 14 or one of its later versions.
62 new emoji that will reach iPhone and other devices by 2020
He a complete list The new emoji can be found here. The following we collect all categories:
- She smiles: dress, it became loose.
- Humans and body parts: small, anatomical heart, lungs, ninja, tuxedo, veil, baby food, Mrs. Claus, kisses.
- Animals and animals: black cat, buffalo, maize, bea, bear, pollen, feathers, sea lion, beetles, rooster, flying, wormwood, worm, pot.
- Fruits and drinks: blueberries, olives, peppers, flatbread, tamale, fondue, teapot, bubble tea.
- Travel and destinations: rock, wood, wardrobe, van, roller circle, magic wand, piñata, matrioshka, sewing needle, knot.
- Objectives: shoe, military helmet, accordion, long drum, coin, boomerang, saw, screwdriver, hook, ladder, elevator, mirror, window, plunger, bucket, brush this teeth, grave, banner.
- Signs and flags: transgender symbol and transgender flag.
These 62 new emoji, as well its 55 variants, add to the existing options to create a total of 3,295 emoji. This figure also includes the variations made by some of them, especially those of body parts and people.
It's time to have an emoji finder on the keyboard
Remember that the Unicode Consortium is introducing suggestions for a new emoji. Each one has different personalities to promote as well give ideas to companies that decide to use them. Doing this is not mandatory, of course, otherwise it is turned on for your users who receive a "" instead of compatible emoji. What will be frustrating about your messaging.
Throughout the years and the rise of thousands of emoji, finding the right one has been difficult. In the case of Apple, it has used several methods to make search easier:
- Emoji categories.
- Category Reduction
- Most used Emoji.
- Suggestions when writing.
However, the amount of emoji within each category, as well as the doubts as to what makes the search difficult. The most obvious solution you were presenting the search engine, as it already exists in macOS. In it, we can type some characters and see how the emoji is sorted.
On iOS there is an art that when you change the emoji keyboard, it's usually replaced. So that the implementation should keep this in mind. Whatever the solution, it is even more necessary to find a way to simplify the use of emoji.