Apple Watch emoji options list plus drawing

By Daniel Chubb - Sep 11, 2014

Apple Watch will not only include emojis, but also a totally new way to communicate between Apple Watch owners. In this article we want to quickly review the different types of Apple Watch emoji options that will list a starting point for this entirely new kind of conversation on Apple’s smartwatch.

There’s animated emojis already included within the Apple Watch operating system and this is perfect for those that don’t want to use words. This is more of a spontaneous way to connect with loved ones and friends, so you’ll really be able to connect from wrist to wrist.

When you reach out to someone you will have a number of ways to communicate and this includes using the Apple Watch emojis below. These include a number of options like Hearts, Faces, and Hands as seen below.

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You can see that using the Apple Watch emoji faces will allow you to change expressions. If you tab certain areas of the face, you’re able to change the expression to winking, smiling, and even with your tongue hanging out. The screenshots taken from the event give you a quick idea, but there’s a lot more and even more features will arrive from 3rd party developers later on after Apple Watch releases in 2015.

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During the event we also saw the Apple Watch used with a new type of touch communication. You can set certain numbers of simple taps to mean different things with friends, and just tapping could mean what do you want for lunch? This is one example given during the Apple Watch demo on stage.

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You can then start drawing with the Apple Watch for a totally different type of communication by using various colors. After a few taps that mean what do you want for lunch, your friend my ask what you want to eat with a question mark. In the demo on stage he replied by drawing a fish, which was meant to mean Sushi.

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Do you like the idea of this type of wrist to wrist communication using Apple Watch? You can also connect using a Walkie-Talkie and by sending your Heartbeat.

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