Find out what the most popular emoji are in the world – poca Negócios

Find out what the most popular emoji are in the world - poca Negócios

Adobe’s report reveals the world’s most popular emoji in 2021 (Photo: Picture Alliance/Getty Images)

Generation Z might not even like the use of emojis And think they’re out of date, but you can’t deny that icons are a great way to enhance communication in the digital age, so much so that they have a date for them.

World Emoji Day is celebrated on this Saturday (17). The fame is such that Adobe decided to research which are the most popular emoji in the world in 2021. The study was conducted with 7,000 Internet users from countries such as Germany, Australia, South Korea, the United States, France, Japan and the United States. State.

First on the list is the laughing emoji, followed by the thumbs-up symbol. From third place onwards, the most affectionate emojis start with a red heart, followed by a winking kiss. The symbol of sadness with a tear completes the top 5.

The world's five most popular emoji in 2021 (Photo: Reproduction/Adobe)

The world’s five most popular emoji in 2021 (Photo: Reproduction/Adobe)

The hardest emoji category includes symbols for eggplant, peach, and clown. 88% of those interviewed said that this tool is important in digital communication and helps promote empathy.

The three most difficult emoji to understand (Photo: Reproduction/Adobe)

The three most difficult emoji to understand (Photo: Reproduction/Adobe)

Adobe designer and developer Paul D. Hunt wrote in the report, “I believe we tend to react more emotionally to images, and so emoji can help bring together voices, gestures, and reactions. “

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Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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