Twitter now supports Emoji on its web version

Emoji is the Japanese term for smileys, or cute little cartoon (yellow) faces to express your emotions during a conversation.

emoji
Nearly all social & messaging services now support emoji & stickers are the more evolved form of emoji. But our favorite micro-blogging website Twitter was “emoji-less” on the web, though it worked with default emoji on Android & iOS. Today Twitter has introduced its own emoji set for web tweets and these are pretty cool.

twitter-emoji
Twitter emojis are actually small images so these are supported on nearly all modern browsers. One small thing though; It appears that emojis aren’t supported in embedded tweets.

Don't Miss These

Twitter Makes Notifications Easier with More User Control Since the last couple of years, micro-blogging platform Twitter has been actively working to reduce spam and abuse on its network. In doing so, Twi...
Donald Trump Uses Only 1 Application on His iPhone, Everything else is... The President of United States is known to have a very complicated relation with technology, as many reports indicates that he doesn’t even use a comp...
Facebook Won’t Show Low Quality Website Links in News Feed Facebook is rolling out a new update so people see fewer posts and ads in News Feed that has links to low quality websites. It notes that peopl...