Emojiface by Daniel McLean is a fun and entertaining new way to add emoji’s to your iMessage conversations. It’s not easy to express emotions and moods in a text message and that’s exactly why emoji’s were created. They’re a great way to spice up a message, but they still don’t properly convey your emotions because of their cartoon character nature. With Emojiface you can actually use your own selfies to create fun emoji’s you can use in your messages which clearly express your true feelings. This is a free app and it’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Emoji’s have become one of the most popular cultural phenomenon’s of the modern era – it’s one of the easiest ways for us to express our emotions in an impersonal medium such as text messaging. There are dozens if not hundreds of apps that give you tools for adding emoji’s to your various messaging apps, but there aren’t too many that give you the ability to turn your own selfies into a series of emoji’s – that’s what makes Emojiface special. With this app you can create your own emoji’s with a little bit of personality.
This app has a surprising variety of options for a free app, but there are also a ton of extras you can add via in-app purchase. If you prefer to stick with the free Emoji packs you still have a lot of choice to work with. The other surprising thing about this app is that you don’t have to worry about any ads cluttering up your app – there aren’t any. In addition, there’s also a nice little into to help get you started. This app will require 39.3 MB of available space on your iOS device.
The first time you run Emojiface the app will ask for permission to access your devices camera in order for you to take a selfie that you can use as the base picture for your personalized selfies. The next step is to choose from a series of available cartoon like replacements for your various facial features such as your lips, eyes, and eyebrows. Once you’re finished working your way through this process you can sit back while the app quickly and smoothly turns your basic creation into a series of emoji’s to suit just about any mood. It’s a surprisingly easy process and the app offers new free emoji’s based on your original picture daily – as mentioned above there are also lots of paid packages to choose from as well.
These emoji’s wouldn’t be of much use if you weren’t able to use them in a messaging app, but fortunately Emojiface makes it easy to add your custom emoji’s to messages simply by adding the app as a recognized keyboard on your device. It’s then simply a matter of accessing the Emojiface keyboard and adding the emoji’s of your choice to your message. It’s easy and a lot of fun.
If you’re looking for a better way to express emotions in the messages you share with friends and family Emojiface is a great option. This app allows you to use your own selfies as the basis for creating a great set of Emoji’s. This app is definitely worth downloading.
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