Android emoji is about to become a thing, but the world has yet to fully embrace emoji.

Now, we’re starting to see more and more countries embracing emoji and its potential.

Here are some of the countries that are taking emoji for granted.


Germany 1.1 billion people around the world use the Android emoji app, according to a recent report by App Annie.

According to a report from the U.K.-based app company, more than half of Germans use an emoji.

The German government also has a set of rules for using the app.

According the app, users must be at least 18 years old to use the app in Germany, and all apps must be rooted.

The country also has the highest percentage of people using the emoji in the world, according App Annie, with more than one in five people using it.

While emoji use has increased in Germany over the last few years, it’s still not widely used, with fewer than 3% of people in the country using the emojicon, according the report.

The emoji app has been around since 2008, but in recent years, the app has become more popular, with users spending more time using the mobile app to communicate.


Australia 1.4 billion Australians use the emoji app.

While the app’s popularity has increased, it is still in its infancy, and there are still some limitations to the app when it comes to emoji use.

While it is not a native app, the apps version of the app is available for download for users to download and use.

The app’s iOS and Android versions are the only ones available, but a number of other apps can also be used for emojining.

For example, the emoji keyboard on the App Store allows users to type emojines into the keyboard.

The iPhone and iPad versions are also available, though users are limited to sending one emoji at a time.

In addition to emoji, Australians also use emoji as part of their official language.

Australians use emoji in a variety of contexts, such as when greeting friends or family members, greeting friends and family, and making jokes.

In the United States, emoji are often used in the United Nations as a symbol of peace.

In Canada, emoji have also become a common symbol of political engagement, such the #UnitedNationsEmoji campaign in 2018.


United Kingdom 1.6 billion people use the Google Play store.

Although emoji use is not widespread in the UK, the country is one of the most mobile countries in the developed world.

More than 40% of British users have used the app at least once.

Google’s emoji app is one that can be used by Android users in a number to a number, and users can choose from more than 100,000 different emojicons.

Google also offers emoji dictionaries for those who don’t speak the language, such a language dictionary that includes over 100,00 different emoji for English.

The emojin is also used in social media, such for Twitter and Instagram.

For instance, in 2018, Google also launched the #GoogleEmoji app, which allows users around the globe to create emoji using photos and GIFs.


Brazil 1.9 billion Brazilians use the emoji app.

The Brazilian government does not require users to be 18 or older to use its emoji app and emoji are not restricted to official language, meaning it can be spoken by anyone in the Brazilian government.

Emojicons are also used for social media posts and news, and are commonly used to display hashtags.

In 2018, the Brazilian Government released the first emoji dictionary, which is available in Portuguese, English, French, German, and Spanish.

The official emoji dictionary in the U