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This article was published on June 17, 2015

Twitter brings back custom emoji for Ramadan

Twitter brings back custom emoji for Ramadan

Twitter has announced three hashflags – its term for custom emoji that show up in most of its apps and on the Web – to celebrate Ramadan.

Image courtesy of Hashfla.gs
Credit: Hashfla.gs
Image courtesy of Hashfla.gs

The three custom emoji show up when you use the appropriate hashtag in either Arabic or English.

Twitter did the same thing last year but has expanded the options this time around.

Twitter MENA [h/t Hashfla.gs]

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