21 New Emojis Available for iOS and Android

25 July 2023

There are some new emojis in 2023 that are entering the chat! 31 to be exact, which have been launched from Unicode’s “Emoji 15.0” recommendation list, back in September of 2022. 

These were first tested on Google and Samsung devices, and now are available on iOS 16.4 and Android 13.

On top of the new emojis that I will list below, some have been improved in this new version to look more realistic.

So, what are the new emojis in 2023? Let’s take a look! 

New Emojis in 2023

After much user feedback, some new emojis have been added by popular demand. These include new variations of the heart emoji, new hand gestures, new facial expression emojis, more animal emojis, new food and drink emojis, and object emojis. 

First, let’s start with the new heart emoji variations. These include light-blue, gray, and pink hearts in the traditional heart-shaped emoji. 

The next novel emojis include the “shaking head” emoji and two new hand gesture emojis. You can also view the new hang gesture emojis in all five skin tones available.

There are also some new animals that have been added to the emoji list, which include a moose, donkey, goose, jellyfish, and wing emoji. 

Next, we have some new activities and object emojis, such as a hyacinth, pea pod, ginger, hand fan, hair pick, flute, maracas, khanda, and wireless emoji. 

Updated Emojis in 2023

As mentioned in the first paragraph, there are also some emojis that have been improved to look more realistic.

These include the bagel emoji, peach emoji, and troll emoji. 

Importance of Emojis in Social Media

Although these small icons may not seem revolutionary, it’s always exciting to see new graphics added to the emojis list. These are an easy way to add context to your content, create a humorous tone, or complement the text in your posts.

You also may be wondering, why these specific emojis? This new list may seem rather random, these are

Emoticons have been grabbing users attention since 1999, by designer Shigetaka Kurita. today over 3,000 emojis exist, across different platforms and devices.

What do you think of these new emojis? Let us know in the comments!

Anniston Ward Anniston Ward , 25 July 2023

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