& # 39; & # 39; Emojis, the general language of Ecuador Daily



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95% of Internet users use emoticons, which are a profit company and an international language that displays information about each user's profile.

10,000 million emoticons are posted daily on Twitter and 5,000 million on Messenger Facebook. SwiftKey's British advocacy company has investigated that many in Latin America are using "emojis" of babies, even though they are " win the kittens in Brazil.

Argentina is one of the countries with fewer messages with "emojis", which is just over 3%, and the one who uses the one with eyes with a heart shape. France, on the other hand, where emoticons are most used, in almost 20% of messages, according to a study by the University of Michigan (United States).

Different universities are linked to personality profiles with "emojis" types, and are linked to some political profiles or countries of the world, and the "Emoji" logo is already recorded in over 100 countries .

So, emoticons have become a common language, the largest on the internet. So, in a report, Brandwatch (hard to watch social networks based in England) has promised to be the first language to communicate with anyone who gets over the ; language empowerment, and that the "emojis" are replaced, more and more, to the text and the words.

The "emojis" have become so common that they have even done a & # 39; play: `The Emoji Movie '. EFE

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