More modern and vector format Emojis (SVG)

Hello, I love that you have added independent emojis to the application, but they are in rasterized format. This causes them to be displayed correctly on all devices inequally. In addition the emojis used are incomplete, many of them have variants for hair and skin color. I leave several suggestions of open source emoji projects that have good support.
If you need help of any kind regarding this, count on me.

Emojis from Twitter (latest Unicode)

Emojis from Android (Unicode 10 Updated)
https://www.google.com/get/noto/help/emoji/

Emojis from OpenMoji (Unicode 12 Updated)
https://openmoji.org/

on desktop we currently use google noto and on android you can toggle to use your system emojis in the settings.

Also I would vote for using OpenMoji or let the users choose as they might expect the apple style.

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But some systems, especially on Android, the oldest ones (like mine for example), do not have full emoji support. They are usually missing enough. That is why it is much appreciated that they come by default and if you want to choose the one of your system then keep the option.
OpenMoji is an interesting proposal, although we are not adapted to it, it seems to promise.

Actually I have never used the desktop version, one day of these I will take a look.