emojis September 26, 2022

Top Emoji Trends of 2021! 

top emoji trends of 2021

Looks like many of us aren’t super creative when it comes to using emojis. Despite there being over 3,600 emojis to choose from, 82% of the people use the same few emojis every day. Want to know which are those emojis? A new record of Emojis on social media platforms was made in 2021. Meanwhile, changes in the Top Emojis Trends occur every year, some emojis remain the world’s most popular and widely used each year. As Emojis have become a significant force in our daily online conversations, it seems almost impossible to communicate with our friends without using them.

Be it on social media sites like WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, commercials, or on clothes (accessories), emojis have become the most popular form of communication in today’s era. According to a recent report on emojis, the top emotions that people express through emojis are love, hate, anger, sadness, and surprise.

We did a survey to find out the Top Emoji Trends of 2021 and we found out that over 87% of users use the same emojis every day to communicate with their loved ones. They agree that emojis make it easier for them to express their thoughts and feelings without having to type actual text. Nowadays, people are using emojis on social media platforms, messaging apps, emails, presentations, and more.

For today’s post, we are going to share the list of the Top Emojis in 2021, and here’s everything you should know about them! 

Top New Emojis of 2021!

With hundreds of fun and exciting emojis available, you’ll be surprised to know that only users repeat these ones every day. All of these emojis are the most commonly-used emojis of 2021. Today, we will explain how and why they are used, and how you can use them in multiple situations.

Check them out!

1. The face of Tears of Joy Emoji 😂 :

The top emoji, “Face of Tears of Joy” remains unbeaten in this year’s list as well, and makes up about 5% of all emojis used. This emoji with a yellow face and a huge grin, smiling eyes, and tears coming out of them from laughing too much. It indicates that something is either too funny or pleasing to the user. In 2021, it was the most widely used emoji on all social media platforms.

2. Loudly Crying Face 😭:

This yellow-faced emoji with an open mouth and tear-filled eyes is used to express the message of feeling immensely sad. People generally use this emoji to show if they are upset about something, or inconsolable grief. You will be surprised to know that today, many users are sending this emoji when expressing uncontrollable laughter, overwhelming happiness, or pride.

3. Pleading Face Emoji 🥺:

The ‘Pleading Face Emoji’ holds 3rd position in the list of the Top Emoji Trends of 2021. This puppy-dog eyes emoji can be used in a different context. For example, the majority of people use it to show adoration or shy pose, while others use it as a sign of guilt. In 2021, the pleading face emoji was the 3rd most used emoji on Twitter.

4. Rolling on the Floor Laughing 🤣:

Want to use an emoji that is even more intense than the regular “Face with Tears of Joy Emoji”? This Yellow Face Emoji with a huge brig and scrunched eyes is used when showing a feeling of “hysterical laughter”. This emoji got approved in 2016 by Unicode 9.0, and people have become extremely fond of using it in their daily conversations.

5. Red Heart Emoji ❤️:

The classic “Red Heart Emoji” always makes it to the Top Emoji Trends list each year, and we all know why. It is the most popular heart emoji which people use to indicate signs of love, affection, romance, and infatuation. The Red Heart Emoji is the most popular emoji among all heart emojis.

6. Sparkles ✨:

Have you been receiving a lot of “Sparkles emoji” lately but don’t understand its meaning? Well, these glittering flashes of sparkles are used when expressing sentiments of love, happiness, and positivity. Some even use it to indicate the cleanliness, or newness of something.

7. Folded Hands  🙏:

The “Folded Hands Emoji” is generally used in the context of saying “thank you” or expressing gratitude in Japanese Culture. However, Gen-Z uses this emoji as a “high-five”, which is also what your emoji keyboard will suggest if you write a high-five in the search box.

8. Smiling Face With Heart-Eyes Emoji  😍 :

Do you want to express your love towards someone or something? Try “Smiling Face With Heart-Eyes Emoji”. It is commonly used by people to convey enthusiastic sentiments like Love, affection, or admiration. This emoji now comes with a cat variant too.

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