Emoji are emoticons, smileys and ideograms used to express emotions in websites or electronic messages. With the use of them, users convey a certain emotion which creates an emotional impact for the receiver. These characters or images are very popular on social media websites and messaging apps like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Google Hangouts, Snapchat, iMessage, Whatsapp and others. You can also notice emojis used on Snapchat Trophies. Currently, Emoji symbols are supported on all major platforms including OS X, iOS, Windows, and Android.
Emoji originated in Japan and that is the main reason why we have so many symbols designed specifically for Japanese culture (Japanese foods, a bowing businessman or a Japanese face mask). The term Emoji means picture (e) + character (moji) or a pictograph to describe it in one word. Few years after the start Emojis began to appear in many email services and websites which resulted in worldwide popularity. One of the main reasons Emojis are so popular today is that users can easily use one or two symbols to express their emotions instead of typing lots of words. At present, you can barely send a message without using Emoji symbols and there is no doubt these Japanese characters became a worldwide phenomenon.
Currently, there are 722 Emoji symbols available and the vast majority of them were released more than one year ago. In June 2014 Unicode standard update 7.0 has been introduced and 250 additional Emoji units were added to the list. However, these are still not available for Android and iOS users. What is more no announcement has been released by Google, Microsoft, and Apple on their schedule for including the latest Emoji units into their platforms. Some of the new Emoji will be Spider, Spider Web, Middle Finger, Hot Pepper, No Piracy, Candle, Joystick, Book and Bullhorn. The next version of the Unicode standard is planned to be released in the middle of 2015 as version 8.0.
Originated from Japan, now Emoji symbols are popular in all major operating systems, social websites and messaging apps. Each Emoji has the same code and meaning however visual appearance can vary by platform. We know some websites and apps support Emojis however users are not provided with Emoji keyboard to easily use them on their systems. What is more, have you ever needed Emoji for PC? That is the problem we are trying to solve with our website. We have collected all Emoji symbols in one place for you to easily copy and paste them wherever you want.
You can make your plain text more appealing and meaningful using vivid shape, colorful images, or symbolic figure to express that you are happy, irritated, excited, or sad. Indeed, Emoji images allow people to communicate in a faster way. Here at Copy and Paste Emoji we have collected all symbols in one place in order users could easily use these on all Emoji supporting websites and apps. As we have mentioned before some websites are not providing Emoji keyboard therefore people need a website where they could find all Emojis in one place. Have you ever needed Emoji for PC? Our service solves this issue too.
1. All Emojis are divided into the following categories: people and faces, animals, plants and flowers, fashion and accessories, hearts and love, weather and time, food and drinks, sports, games and hobbies, buildings, locations and landmarks, transport, books, envelopes and stationery, technology, numbers and letters, hand signs and arrows, zodiac signs and flags, symbols and other Emojis.
2. Search for a category by pressing the Ctrl +F button in your PCs. Ctrl +F is used to shortcut your search across the content.
3. Double click your chosen item to copy it to your clipboard, and then paste it into your document, website or app.