Whatever your favorite emoji is, forget it. Turns out, at the end of the day, we all tend to use the same ones to express our digital emotions, anyway. If you don't believe us, maybe a bit of data will convince you!
According to statistics courtesy of Gboard a.k.a. Google's virtual keyboard for Android and iOS, the tears of joy emoji is the most frequently used one globally. By the amount of memes and hilarious content online, there's really no surprise there. That said, its opposite—the crying emoji—made the cut, too, but landed quite far behind at sixth place. Several heart emojis also topped the list: blowing a kiss at number two, followed by the heart-eyed emoji at number three, and the red heart trailing fourth.
Want to see if your other faves made the top 10? Check out the official ranking below!
IMAGE Emoji images from Gboard
Can't get enough of emojis? You'd probably enjoy killing some time with the Emoji Scavenger Hunt, a browser-based game that's basically like an AI-enabled Pokemon Go. Try it on your phone here!