Emoji’s in 140 characters

Twitter finally joined the bandwagon by including new emojis in its ‘Twemoji’ icon set, with full support for Unicode 8.0.

Twitteratis can use fancy emojs even if their devices are not entirely compatible. Unicode version 8.0 conditions include new emoji characters including several faces, food, animals, unicorn, vehicals, 256 country flags and the favorite middle-finger to improve your Twitter experience. These emojis are available in racial diversity.

Apple added 150 new emoji characters with its new IOS 9 update, followed by Google who newly rolled out new emoji characters for Android keypads.


Emojis on the phone can be selected by tapping and holding on a person emoji if you are using updated iOS 8.3 or up. Though, Google has not begun supporting radically varied emojis for Andriod yet. The company confirmed that presently it is testing a timeline format for its tweets. The new format will sort the tweets by significance instead of in reverse sequential order.


A vintage soul wedged in a wrong era, Aishwaria is contemplating life through the stardust of words. The typical Gemini is striving to seek balance between being downright dreamy to oh-so pragmatic. She’s a strong supporter of wildlife conservation and the Queer community and craves to go around the world with her pen and camera. If you don’t see her writing, she’s probably snuggled up in a corner binge eating on pizza, listening to Coldplay and fantasizing about being in the wild.