World Emoji Day 2021: Theme, History, Emoji Day Celebrated on 17th July

World Emoji Day 2021: Theme, History, Emoji Day Celebrated on 17th July

Every year on July 17 "World Emoji Day" is celebrated across the world. This time too, on July 17, 2021, Emoji Day will be celebrated. This day started in the year 2014 when Jeremy Burge started Emojipedia for emoji.

World Emoji Day 2021
World Emoji Day 2021

Emojis have become the best way to express your love, anger, fear and happiness. Nowadays everyone expresses their feelings through emoji. You must be doing the same thing because sometimes we prefer to answer someone's questions with better expression than by speaking and because chatting means that both of you are not face to face, then during that time the emoji is yours. make work easier.


You all know that these emoji have their place in our everyday life. More than 5 billion emoji are used daily worldwide. Jeremy Berg started celebrating this day and he also discovered Emojipedia. Their use began in the 1990s and was first included by Apple on the keyboard of its iPhone.

World Emoji Day Quotes 2021

Today the world seems incomplete without emoji, they are our strength to express our feelings.

When voice and expressions don't reach other people, emojis take their place.

On the day of World Emoji Day, the person who carried out this wonderful discovery should be dated.

With the advent of emoji, life has become easier than before, just one emoji tells the whole thing.

When words fall short, imagery fills them up and leaves the same effect.

With the advent of emoji, life has become easier than before, just one emoji tells the whole thing.

When words fall short, imagery fills them up and leaves the same effect.

The 10 Most Popular Emojis 2021 (World Emoji Day)

Emoji NameEmoji
Smile😃
Frown☹️
Tongue😛
Grin😀
Gasp😲
Wink😉
Love😍
Intense🤣
Positive😊
Prayer🙏

World Emoji Day 2021: History


You all know that in 1982 at Carnegie Mellon University, the emoticon came due to a joke being wrong. A glitch about a fake Mercury spill posted in an online message board enraged the university, and this confusion led to Dr. Scott E. Fahlman suggesting that jokes and non-jokes be marked by two sets of characters. which we recognize as standard emoticons.

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World Emoji Day 2021: Theme

If you want to know the theme of World Emoji Day this time, then you will find it on Emojipedia website, you have given its link above, you can reach it by clicking on it.

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