The gun emoji has existed in some shape since no less than 2010, yet in 2016 Apple shook crap up by supplanting it with something totally unique: an innocuous, lime-green water firearm. Today, about eighteen months after the fact, Twitter is sticking to this same pattern.
With the arrival of Twemoji 2.6, Twitter is changing the way a modest bunch of emojis look over the administration. Those updates incorporate a more keen looking blade, a less Sputnik-esque alembic, and yes, a green squirt weapon that will supplant the cartoonish pistol in tweets.
Twitter’s change could be perused as a political proclamation, however the organization’s deferred activity influences it to appear to be more similar to it’s simply following with the general pattern. Alongside Twitter and Apple, Samsung and WhatsApp likewise show water weapon emojis set up of a real firearm.
In any case, regardless of how energetic this (🔫) emoji may seem to, say, an iPhone client, despite everything it appears as a traditional gun on Google, Microsoft, and Facebook, leaving space for miscommunications crosswise over different gadgets and stages.