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Facebook intros diverse Messenger emojis for all platforms


Facebook has created brand new emojis for Messenger, redesigned its old ones and standardized them for all operating systems. The social network will begin rolling out 1,500 newly designed emojis tomorrow, which will show up the way you see them on your device no matter the recipient’s platform. No more empty boxes taking their place if you’re chatting with someone using another OS. Even better, the new graphics embrace diversity — they include hand gestures and human faces in different skin colors, as well as images of same sex couples.

Facebook is also launching more emojis that represent women, showing them in professional attire (e.g. police officer) and doing various activities like swimming, running and surfing.


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