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New iPhone custom emoji with Imoji

Hearing that you’ll have to wait for the new iPhone emojis released with Unicode 7 might have surprised some people, although you don’t need to wait until iOS 8, or more like 8.1, for some new text message icons thanks to 3rd party apps. One of these is listed on iTunes as “imojiapp”, which will allow you to create new iPhone emoji from custom pictures on your device.

The Imoji app has just received an update this week as well that takes the iPhone version to 1.0.7. This update mainly focuses on bug fixes, although you’ll also find new “Helper Flows” to make the experience easier for new users.

In a nutshell, Imoji will allow users to create new iPhone stickers / emoji from favorite celebrities, animals, selfies, and more for yourself and even others if you share them. There’s a trending feature as well, so you’ll not need to create anything if you don’t want to and this allows you to select from trending emojis created by others.

imojiapp

If you can create new iPhone emoji to send within your text messages, what would you create and use most? The Imoji app acts like an add-on to Apple’s iMessage platform, rather than trying to create a totally new message app. Sometimes it’s easier to plug-in to a popular message app rather than create your own, and this could also bring a lot more success as well if there’s a massive user base like with iMessage and WhatsApp.

There’s editing tools within the Imoji app, so you can crop, zoom, and finish your creation by cutting it to make the sticker look like a authentic brand new iPhone emoji. Like everything, practice helps towards perfection and this is what you’d need to do for the best looking icons.

We’ve included the official Imoji video below, which comes with the message “making your texts more you” and they’re spot on considering previous limitations.

Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of product-reviews.net; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

Contact Daniel Chubb: daniel@product-reviews.net

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Using
Emoji is a nice way to share or express my feeling with the person I chat with.
Well, I always use this function on my Smartphone. The only thing which is annoying
is quick battery drainage due to continuous use of these chat icons. To
overcome this issue, I recently purchased a wireless charger from Amazon
www .amazon.co.uk/dp/B00EB45UYM
for my iPhone 5S to keep the battery
fully charged by simply placing it on wide charging base.

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