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πŸ“° On The Web


“comprehensive collection of characters”

J. D. Biersdorfer
The New York Times, January 2017


“emoji authority Emojipedia”

Brett Williams
Mashable, May 2017


“the best place to read about emoji changes”

Madison Malone Kircher
New York Magzine, September 2016


“The number one resource for emoji-lovers”

Kate Fustich
Bustle, September 2015


“Emojipedia—the internet’s emoji almanac”

Mike Murphy
Quartz, August 2015


“the wonderfully dedicated Emojipedia”

Gordon Kelly
Forbes, May 2015


“The emoji obsessives of Emojipedia” 

Peter Bright
Ars Technica, May 2015


“Emojipedia has been a leading resource in documenting emoji and their updates since its inception in 2013” 

Todd Van Luling
The Huffington Post, November 2014


πŸ‘‚ In Your Ears


“Emojipedia, an online reference for emoji meanings”

Robert Siegel
All Things Considered: July 2017 (NPR)


“Emojipedia; a kind of Académie française for your iPhone”

Stephen Fry
Fry's English Delight: Season 8, Episode 1 (BBC Radio 4)


“Emojipedia or whatever...some thing that I didn't even know existed. This was a game changer for me. Because now, depending on who I'm interacting with, maybe I can't use the yellow dog to represent Audrey and Lulu. This is stupid now.”

Brady Haran
Hello Internet, Episode 36 (Podcast)


“The emoji tracking website Emojipedia. Yes that's a real thing”

Kai Ryssdal
Marketplace, May 2015 (American Public Media)


“Emojipedia naturally. What a great resource!”

Myke Hurley
Upgrade, Episode 41 (Relay FM)