Food & Drink Bagel Emoji Finally Added to the List for 2018

09:35  10 february  2018
09:35  10 february  2018 Source:   eater.com

Bagel Emoji Finally Added to the List for 2018

  Bagel Emoji Finally Added to the List for 2018 Lobster, salt, and moon cake emoji are also on the way The Unicode Consortium has released its list of the 157 emoji that are being introduced to the world later this year, and among them are a few tiny characters that will make texting food orders to your friends and family a little bit easier. The biggest reveal here is that the world is finally getting a bagel emoji. The Emojipedia describes this image as “a bagel, likely to be presented sliced to differentiate from donut / doughnut at small sizes.” Unfortunately, Unicode does not yet have any emoji for cream cheese, lox, or capers yet. The other big food additions to the character list are emoji for lobsters, salt, leafy greens, moon cakes, mangoes, and cupcakes. Here are some of mock-ups of what these new emoji might look like, courtesy of the Emojipedia: Emojipedia/YouTube Emojipedia/YouTube Emojipedia/YouTube Senator Angus King of Maine is particularly excited about that lobster emoji. Great news for Maine - we're getting a lobster emoji!!! Thanks to @unicode for recognizing the impact of this critical crustacean, in Maine and across the country. Yours truly, Senator — Senator Angus King (@SenAngusKing) February 7, 2018 Of course, all of the software vendors will create slightly different versions of these characters, and this process can sometimes lead to debates over the correct composition of certain items like cheeseburgers. The Emojipedia notes that the final specifications for this batch of emoji will be released in June, and people will be able to start using them later that month or in early July. • Emoji Recently Added, v11.

The biggest reveal here is that the world is finally getting a bagel emoji . • Emoji Recently Added , v11.0 [Unicode] • 2018 ’s new emoji will end the neglect of redheads [The Verge] • 157 New Emojis in the 2018 Emoji List [Emojipedia].

— Eater (@Eater) February 8, 2018 . Tennis texters and tweeters can rejoice, as there's finally going to be a bagel emoji . That means no more putting doughnuts in your messages when your favorite player dishes out a bagel .

Lobster, salt, and moon cake emoji are also on the way

The Unicode Consortium has released its list of the 157 emoji that are being introduced to the world later this year, and among them are a few tiny characters that will make texting food orders to your friends and family a little bit easier.

  Bagel Emoji Finally Added to the List for 2018 © Provided by Eater

The biggest reveal here is that the world is finally getting a bagel emoji. The Emojipedia describes this image as “a bagel, likely to be presented sliced to differentiate from donut / doughnut at small sizes.” Unfortunately, Unicode does not yet have any emoji for cream cheese, lox, or capers... yet.

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You can add location information to your Tweets, such as your city or precise location, from the web and via third-party applications. I'm just going to say it: Any bagel place that lets you put bacon or ham on your bagel is cultural appropriation.

List name. Description. Under 100 characters, optional. This bagel appears to have been toasted, based on the burnt sienna edging along the cut face of the bagel . As any self-respecting NYer knows, no authentic bagel is ever toasted.

The other big food additions to the character list are emoji for lobsters, salt, leafy greens, moon cakes, mangoes, and cupcakes. Here are some of mock-ups of what these new emoji might look like, courtesy of the Emojipedia:

a close up of food © Provided by Eater Emojipedia/YouTube   Bagel Emoji Finally Added to the List for 2018 © Provided by Eater Emojipedia/YouTube   Bagel Emoji Finally Added to the List for 2018 © Provided by Eater Emojipedia/YouTube

Senator Angus King of Maine is particularly excited about that lobster emoji.

Of course, all of the software vendors will create slightly different versions of these characters, and this process can sometimes lead to debates over the correct composition of certain items like cheeseburgers. The Emojipedia notes that the final specifications for this batch of emoji will be released in June, and people will be able to start using them later that month or in early July.

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New emojis for 2018 . (Credit: Emojipedia via YouTube). By Alison Bernicker alison.bernicker@newsday.com February 8, 2018 1:21 PM. The Unicode Consortium has released their finalized list of upcoming emojis and the bagel has made the cut.

The 2018 Emoji List 157 new emojis Redheads, bagel , lobster, softball and more Coming to phones in the second half of 2018 https The emoji list for 2018 has been published which adds 157 new emojis to the standard. This brings the total number of approved emojis to 2,823.

Emoji Recently Added, v11.0 [Unicode]

2018’s new emoji will end the neglect of redheads [The Verge]

157 New Emojis in the 2018 Emoji List [Emojipedia]

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