First on the list of most used emojis is the “smiling face with tears of joy” emoji, which is a favorite among users in 75 countries.
Emojis, which are part of the language of the digital world and contain symbols for different situations, are widely used on virtual platforms, especially social media platforms and instant messaging applications. July 17 has been celebrated as “World Emoji Day” since 2014.
According to Crossword-Solver’s research on emojis, there are more than 3,000 emojis available. Although there are thousands of emojis, some of them are more preferred by users.
The first 2 in the list of most used emojis are the smiley face and the heart emoji with tears of joy. The smiley face emoji with tears of joy stands out as the most used emoji in 75 countries.
The emoji most used in the United States vary between countries
In Türkiye, the smiling face emoji with tears of joy is preferred. Although this emoji ranks first in most countries, the most used emoji differs in some countries. For example, the heart in the United Kingdom, joined hands (praying hands) in India, the white heart in Saudi Arabia, and the country flag emoji in Switzerland are used more.
The emoji most used in the United States vary between states. While the green square emoji ranks first in Washington, the fire emoji is most preferred in Arizona. It was determined that out of every 10,000 posts shared on Twitter in the United States, 239 had a smiley face crying of joy, 179 had a green square, and 148 had a yellow square emoji.
It was mentioned in the research that although emojis are used all over the world, they are not a universal language at some points, and emojis that may be considered normal in one country may have different negative meanings in another.
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