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.

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 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.

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