The “tears of joy” emoji – which you may know as the “laughing face” – is officially the most widely used emoji in most countries around the world, a new study analyzing 9 million geotagged tweets found in February 2022 company that carried out the study, Crossword-Solutionlisted the top emoji used in all countries around the world
They found that most countries either laugh or love like a person with tears of joy 😂 and red heart ❤️ is the first and second most used emoji in the world. Also, the face with tears of joy 😂 is the most common emoji in 75 countries. In addition, Wordle θέμα themed emojis find their way into America’s ten most used emojis. Also, emoji is not a universal language. In China, the emoji that claps 👏 suggests “you make love”, while sending a thumbs up to a Greek can be offensive.
“If real emojis were growing in size with their popularity, the world would be a scary place. Fortunately, the graphic below is just a data visualization that shows what the most commonly used emojis in the world would look like if their size were related to their usage. The face with tears of joy is the giant of international emoji use. In fact, it became the only photo that became the word of the year in Oxford. with Oxford University Press calling it “the ‘word’ that best reflected the ethos, mood and concerns of 2015.”
Here are the most used Twitter emojis around the world
“There are 3,663 official emoji, but the most popular is a lot more popular than the rest. The face with tears of joy is used almost twice as often as the third most popular laugh on the floor, which in turn is twice as common as the emoji with crossed arms – which is the sixth most used. However, efforts are being made to make emojis more different. “Different skin colors were released for the first time in 2015, while the emojis of pregnant and pregnant women are among the latest additions”.
“We used the Twitter API to retrieve 9 million tweets with geotags. Based on this sample, we have identified the most used emoji worldwide and for some countries with available data. The maximum number of tweets from the same account was limited to 1 per day to exclude bots. We used “unique impressions” to calculate the frequency of an emoji in the sample. This means, for tweets that have the same emoji more than once. we only counted the first appearance in the overall use of this emoji “.