What do a sloth, a waffle and a guide dog all have in common? This isn’t a trick question – they’re part of the 59 (230 if you include skin color and gender variation) new emojis heading to keyboards in 2019.
The latest release’s objective was to provide inclusivity to all. From representing those with disabilities such as prosthetic limbs and blindness, to providing more racial, religious and gender options, Unicode continues to be a progressive leader in the technology industry.
Some other fun new additions to the lineup include an orangutan, a skunk, garlic, a yo-yo and a banjo.