While some of us still communicate with each other through words, there is a growing number of people who apparently can talk to each other just by using emojis. And so a lot of the messaging and SMS apps out there are
If you’re one of the chosen Facebook users who had more than just the like button to react to your friends’ posts, then you probably have had your fun just choosing various emojis for their different posts (hopefully,
One of the biggest trends this year is definitely the emoji or rather, the emojis. These emoticons are high in demand left and right that they are now available in most platforms. Just recently, Google brought the new emoji in
It’s a busy day for all things Android, as Google has started rolling out the first update to Android Marshmallow -- Android 6.0.1. As per usual, it will be the Nexus devices officially on Marshmallow that will get this update.
Surprise, surprise. The Oxford Dictionary's Word of the Year for 2015 is not a word but a pictograph. It’s actually an emoji—the Face with Tears of Joy. For people who always use emoji in their messages, this is probably one
Less than a month ago, we were able to get a glimpse of the SwiftKey 6.0 Beta complete with new settings and an improved emoji panel. Today, the team has finally pushed the official update for everyone on the Google Play Store.
If you’re tired of emojis, Mojis, themed GIFs, and animations, you may want to consider jazzing up messages with the C.H.A.T. It’s not all about chatting but it’s about expressing yourself with the characters you often
Emojis are becoming more popular than ever. You can even see some of the characters in several instant messaging apps. Skype has its own set of emoticons but they’re not exactly as diverse as the emojis . More are being added
Emojis started out as just smiley faces that we insert in text and online conversations with friends and loved ones, but now, it has become almost a whole new language (and even industry!). The Unicode Consortium, which brings
Emojis are fun to use. Instead of typing and running out of words to say, you can just choose an emoji to express your feelings. Grab any smartphone today and you'll see a set of emojis on the keyboard. Even Google has picked up