WhatsApp: what does the red heart emoji with a dot underneath mean?

For a more entertaining conversation, the WhatsApp messaging application features famous people emojis that help us to express something when we cannot find enough words to say it. However, on some occasions, users use these emoticons in the wrong way because they do not know their true meaning. Do you want to know what they really express? Here we tell you.

One of the emojis The one that has caused the most curiosity among WhatsApp users and other messaging apps is the red heart emoticon with a dot underneath. It is represented as a decorative exclamation point, where a heart forms the upper part of the symbol and a circle the lower part.

According to the Emojipedia portal, the heart emoticon with a dot underneath is used to express an exclamation. That is, it is used to express whether that person loves you or not, very similar to the question mark.

It is also interpreted as a heart that has been damaged and that for that reason is bleeding or that the heart has been rejected and is crying with sadness, others relate it to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

The popular red heart icon with a dot underneath was approved as part of Unicode 1.1 in 1993 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2013. It is also important to know that despite having the same encoding, each platform – whether on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Signal or Telegram– you can vary the design of each one to suit your operating system or interface.