A Heart Emoji

A Heart Emoji


Heart Emoji

Heart emojis are on the rise, and they’re social media’s most beloved emojis to date. More than 75 percent of Instagram users use these cute little symbols to caption their posts and stories, in addition to countless other platforms. Cute, funny images are an effective way to get your content noticed on social media.


While many users of the red heart have the emoji at the end of a sentence or opt to use the classic “I ❤️ X” format, some people choose to use it differently. It’s popular to frame a statement visually by putting a heart at both the beginning and end of it. This communicates that a phrase is meant to be read with an uplifting, loving tone. It might also evoke a feeling of hopefulness in the face of hard times. As such, it has made an appearance on crowdfunding webpages geared at raising money for medical procedures or funerals.

Last month, WABetaInfo noted that users will be able to “react to a specific message once and reactions are limited to six emojis. Currently, the figures available are “Like,” “Love,” “Laugh,” “Suprised,” “Sad,” and “Thanks.” As of now, it’s unclear whether WhatsApp will make any emoji available as a reaction, as Meta now does with Instagram or if it’s going to be more limited the way Twitter is also working with reactions. (Source: 9to5mac.com)


WhatsApp is reportedly planning to add animation to all the heart emojis of various colours for Android and iOS. This could be linked to the message reaction feature that the platform is said to be working on. The feature has been already added to WhatsApp Web/ Desktop via a stable update. The news comes a few days after the Meta-owned instant messaging app was reported to be working on two new visual indicators on its Call and Status screen on the iOS version in order to inform users about end-to-end encryption.

Recently, a report by WABetaInfo said that WhatsApp is working on two new visual indicators in Call and Status to inform users about end-to-end encryption. The feature was spotted on the iOS version of WhatsApp, and there is no clarity on whether it will be rolled out to Android users or not. The motive of this feature is to inform the users that apart from messages, their personal calls and status are also protected with end-to-end encryption. (Source: gadgets.ndtv.com)



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