OpenMoji is an open source emoji library that's free to use. The set has over 3000 glyphs, supports Unicode's Emoji 12.0 spec, and is available as a font.
Messaging scheduling is among the new features added to the hugely popular Telegram messaging service. Telegram 1.8.3 (v5.11 on mobile) introduces the ability to schedule messages. This feature could prove particularly useful for Telegram group […]
Want to quickly and effortlessly type emoji on Ubuntu? Well, you can — and in this short post we show you how. With the release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS you can use emoji on Ubuntu […]
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will support color emoji in desktop apps, a move that will let Ubuntu users both see emoji and use an emoji picker to enter glyphs.
If you're a regular readers you'll know how I've longed to see full color emoji support on Linux — and it seems, at long last, I'm very close to getting it!
Emoji support on Linux is sort of lacking — but love ’em or loathe ’em, the Unicode-embedded smileys are everywhere. We’ve shown you before how to see color emoji on Ubuntu using EmojiOne, and highlighted […]
Emoji Keyboard is a Linux app that lets you quickly insert emoji into desktop apps and websites, without needing to resort to copy and paste.
LibreOffice 5.3 is now available to download, and The Document Foundation is calling it 'one of the most feature-rich releases in the history of the application'!
You folks must think that I’m obsessed with Emoji, but you’d be …No, you’d be absolutely right about that. Actually, I don’t overuse the popular pictorial glyphs that dominate daily communication. But I do appreciate being […]
Fedora 25 Workstation makes it incredibly easy to type emoji using just your keyboard. And I’m very jealous. If you’re a regular reader of this blog then you’ll you know how much hassle it can be […]
Want a quick way to search for emoji on Linux? Sure you do, cos these little pictographic blighters have risen to become a common way to express nuanced sentiment or context within conversations. To help, try the simply named emoj. […]
Firefox 50 comes bundled with an Emoji One font, enabling Linux users to see full colour emoji on the web.