Finally, emojis have gender diversity!
Apple announced it’s adding one hundred new emojis in the next update for iPhone and iPad, and they’re much more diverse than the emojis users know today. “Apple is working closely with the Unicode Consortium to ensure that popular emoji characters reflect the diversity of people everywhere,” the company said in a press release. The new characters include more women in professional roles, more female athlete emojis, a rainbow flag and single-parent families.
Facebook takes live streaming to a new level
Facebook Live isn’t just for media organizations. Now, any user with the iOS or Android version of the social media app can do it, and choose their audience. The New York Times recently answered a reader’s question about how to post your first Facebook Live video and included a few helpful tips.