We’ve been tracking a growing trend in the past few years, and the latest figures suggest there are a lot more anime-themed emoji characters on the App Store than ever before.
We’re now tracking the number of emoji characters that are trending on Twitter, which is a bit tricky since the app itself only tracks the most popular characters.
It can be hard to figure out which emoji are trending when there are so many of them.
The app’s emoji database, which includes more than 6.6 million characters, now has more than 14,000 trending characters.
That number is almost double the number we tracked in February, and it’s far more than what we saw at this point in 2017.
The trend is even more pronounced among young people, which are typically more inclined to use emoji in their everyday interactions.
We’re seeing a much higher number of anime characters trending than we did a few months ago, and we’re seeing even higher numbers of characters trending in the app’s “Best Anime” section.
That is, the more popular a character is, and especially the more prominent its name is, it’s more likely to be trending.
So far this year, more than 100 anime characters have been trending in our database.
In addition to trending characters, we also see the top trending anime emoji are a few new ones.
Some of the most well-known are Mami, Roronoa Zoro, and Sora.
We’ve also seen some of the older favorites, such as Kaneda, Ryuko, and Umaro.
Here’s what the top ten trending anime characters look like:While it’s not exactly clear how many of these characters are new to the app, there are more than 200,000 in the database already.
That’s a lot of new faces.
The Top Ten trending anime CharactersIn addition, we’ve also made some adjustments to our list of the best trending anime emojis.
Instead of looking at the top three most popular, we’re now looking at how many characters are in each of the top five most popular trending anime Emojis:Characters that have been popular in the App for more than a month now are no longer on our list.
That includes some characters we previously included in our list that have not been trending at all.
For example, in the chart above, we have no characters in the Top Five most popular anime Emoji list that are on our Top 10 most popular list.
This is a major change.
We also removed some characters from the Top 10 list that we had included on our first list, and then added some new characters in between.
We hope you find this data helpful.
Please let us know if you find any other trends in the list or any other emoji characters you recognize that you’d like to share.