Sunday, December 9, 2012

Emoji Name List

Both OS X and iOS have a very large number of Unicode Emoji characters available, either via a dedicated keyboard layout (iOS) or the Character Viewer (OS X).  For anyone interested in the formal names of all of them, which may indicate what they are intended to signify,  I have recently found a useful list here.

It is best to use Safari, as I think other browsers cannot yet handle the Apple Color Emoji font.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These are only in recent versions of Safari. I just checked 5.1.7 and it does not have these Emoji. 6.0.2 is fine.