Wednesday , June 23 2021

& # 39; & # 39; Emojis & # 39; & # 39 ;, the universal language | The Daily Ecuador



95% of Internet users use emoticons, made profitable international business and language to disclose information about the profile & # 39; each user.

Every day sent on Twitter emoticon 10,000 million and 5,000 million Facebook Messenger. The British company SwiftKey applications a study shows that in Latin America there are many use & # 39; "emojis" baby, although in Brazil are winning cats.

Argentina is one of the countries that has fewer messages with "emojis", which surpassed only 3%, and to use the most is that in the eyes b & # 39; heart shape. France, on the other hand, is where emoticons are mostly used, in almost 20% of the messages, according to a study by the University & # 39; Michigan (United States).

Different universities have brought the personality profiles b & # 39; "emojis" types, and even linked them with & # 39; certain political profiles or countries of the world, and the firm "Emoji" is already registered in & # 39 ; more than 100 countries.

Therefore, emoticons have become a universal language, the most used on the Internet. Indeed, f & # 39; report, Brandwatch (firm for social network monitoring based in England) replied that it will become the first language that will allow you to communicate with & # 39; whoever the obstacle language, and that "emojis" more and more, for text and words.

The "emojis" have become so common that even made a movie starring: & # 39; The Movie Emoji & # 39 ;. EFE


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