Turn YOUR face into an emoji: App turns any image into a sticker for messages

Article Summary

  • Imoji was created by San Francisco-based developer Tom Smith
  • It turns any image into a sticker for texts and iMessages on iPhone
  • Photos can be cropped and trimmed using built-in editing tools
  • Imojis are tagged with keywords and either set to private or public
  • If set to public, other people can search for and use your imoji
  • There is also a catalogue of imojis created by others featuring celebrities, cartoon characters, and more
Imoji for iPhone turns your selfies into awesome iMessage stickers

Imoji for iPhone turns your selfies into awesome iMessage stickers

If the current list of more than 800 emojis just isn’t enough for you, an app will let you create your own using any image you can find.

Called Imoji, the free tool lets you crop, trim and edit photos you find on the web, or those in your phone’s gallery.

These imojis can then be shared with other users of the app, and sent to friends over text or iMessage.

Imoji was created by San Francisco-based Tom Smith. It turns any image into a sticker for texts and iMessages Photos from the web, or from the user's own phone gallery, can be cropped and trimmed using built-in editing tools (pictured)

Imoji was created by San Francisco-based Tom Smith. It turns any image into a sticker to be used in texts and iMessages (pictured left). Photos from the web, or from the user’s own phone gallery, can be cropped and trimmed using built-in editing tools (pictured right)

After signing up for an account, users can click the plus sign and choose a photo from a library. Alternatively they can take a new image.

The app then offers crop, trim and zoom tools.

Backgrounds or certain sections can also be removed using the scissor button.

To send an imoji, drag the sticker into the centre of the on-screen circle to open the messaging app, choose recipients and send.

All imojis are set to either private, or public, and those set to public can be seen by other users of the app.

There is also a library of imojis created by other users, including images of celebrities, cartoon characters and everyday objects.

All imojis are tagged to make them easier to find, or users can see a random selection by clicking the arrow button.

After signing up for an account, users can click the plus sign and choose a photo from a library. Alternatively they can take a new image. All imojis can be set to private, or public and those set to public can be seen by other users of the app. There is also a library within the app of imojis created by other users, from images of celebrities, cartoon characters and everyday objects To send an imoji, drag the sticker into the centre of the on-screen circle (pictured) to open the messaging app, choose recipients and send

All imojis can be set to private, or public. There is also a library of imojis created by other users that includes images of celebrities and cartoon characters (pictured left). To send an imoji, drag the sticker into the centre of the on-screen circle (pictured) to open the messaging app. Choose recipients and send.

Imoji was created by San Francisco developer Tom Smith. Future releases will add more sharing options, so stickers can be sent on Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter and more, like current emojis (selection pictured)

Imoji was created by San Francisco developer Tom Smith. Future releases will add more sharing options, so stickers can be sent on Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter and more, like current emojis (selection pictured)

Imoji was created by San Francisco developer Tom Smith.

According to Tech Crunch, future releases will add more sharing options, so stickers can be sent on Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, and more.

Emojis were originally popular in Japan, but have since spread around the world.

On Twitter, users can track how many of these emoticons from the emoji list of designs are tweeted every second, using Emoji Tracker.

And recently a developer took the most popular designs and plotted them on a globe to see these emojis being tweeted worldwide, in real time.

Called Silicon Feelings, it includes smiley faces, winking faces, love hearts, food items, and more.

Elsewhere, a pair of London designers recently came up with a social network called Emojli, set to launch later this year, will only allow its users to send emoji to each other.

Voice of Mega Emoji

If you’re the type of person who saves memes and reaction GIFs to your iPhone camera roll, the new Imoji app for iPhone is for you. The app lets you crop photos and turn them into stickers to send your friends over iMessage. Do you want to use these cool Emojis anytime and anywhere? You’ve come to the right place! Our site have collected and sorted the most complete Emoji symbols for you. Now you can not only input Emoji on your phone, but also copy-paste from Here!

In addition, we also provide the powerful Coot text generators, all kinds of Text arts patterns, and funny Emoticons text smileys. All these will make your chat message unique, never boring. Perhaps in the future, emoji and third-party stickers will have every icon you need to communicate.

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