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What and When is World Emoji Day celebrated in all world?

When is World Emoji Day

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World Emoji day

World Emoji Day is an informal holiday celebrated on 17 July. Celebrated annually since 2014, NBC reported that the day was Twitter's top trending item on July 17, 2015.

It is "the brainchild of Jeremy Burge" according to CNBC stating that in 2014 "the founder of London's EmojiP created it".

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The New York Times reported that Burge created it on July 17 on the basis of "calendar emojis shown on iPhones". Washington posted in 2018 that readers use the day "to communicate only with emojis".

In 2016, Google changed the appearance of the Unicode character U + 1F4C5 CALENDAR to appear on Android, Gmail, Hangout and Chrome OS products on July 17.

Since 2017, Apple has used each Emoji Day to announce an upcoming expansion to the extent of emoji on iOS.

These were initially released in Canada and expanded to 100 markets in 2016.

In 2016, Sony Pictures Animation used World Emoji Day to announce TJ Miller as the first cast member for The Emoji Movie, with Google releasing a series of "new emojis, more than women of diverse backgrounds" Are inclusive, "and EmojiP launched the first World Emoji award. 

London's Royal Opera House presents 20 operas and ballets in emoji form, Google announces the end of its "blob emojis" and the winners of the World Emoji Awards are announced from Cheddar's trading floor broadcasting the New York Stock Exchange.

Google added "blob emojis" in stickers Announced the return of, and Facebook announced that "700 million emoji are used in Facebook posts each day".

On World Emoji Day 2019, the award for Most Popular New Emoji was announced as Smiling Face with Hearts.


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