Convert emoji to a viewable format.
Send emoji to friends.
Look up the meaning of an emoji.
Tweet and create emoji images.
Emoji is a computer language created to send lots of information in a small amount of data. It is the equivelent of a list of predefined messages you can select that show up as pictures. But not all phones and computers can decode them yet! Not only that, each one can show up differently! iEmoji.com allows you to create and view these messages on any device.
The many many iPhone emojis cover a huge variety of subjects. You can search iEmoji on Google easily by adding "site:iemoji.com" to the end of your search string. Just try the google search "funny site:iemoji.com" or view the most popular emojis by clicking the Popular Emoji link above.
Read about the history of emoji... iEmoji style!
This site allows you to see both iPhone emoji versions (pre and post unicode) without an iPhone. You can create the older Softbank codes here too!
When you're not on a phone, Emoji can show up as squares or foreign text. This site will convert them to a viewable format just by pasting it in the box above then viewing it in the preview. This is how to decode the characters! Show characters in different representionations by clicking the "Character Readout" link after entering text.
When you generate a message on iEmoji it not only creates a tweet but an image is created too. The whole message is translated to an image that you can save to your computer and share.
Then you've come to the right place. Create a message and copy and paste them into just about anywhere. Only emoji capapable devices can see it! See how the emoji looks on the device before you send it! "Select Theme" on the main menu.
Advanced Topics. If you only know the emoji character's decimal or hexadecimal notation, and want to know the meaning try typing "emoji e507" or "iemoji 58157" in google. Google will usually show the emoji name quickly.
The keyboard is under Settings. Just enable it!
This is how you get color emoji on Android 4.3!
You can follow one of these guides below to unlock emoji on your iPhone. All you need to know is your iOS version.
From iOS 2.2 all the way through 4, there are two free apps to unlock emojis. Use this walkthrough to use emoji on these devices.
You can now enable emoji by adding the keyboard under settings. Although, there are some PAID apps that will allow you to unlock more.
All the iPhone emoji on iOS 6, 7, and iOS 8 are available under keyboards. No apps necessary! You get whole wide variety, for free! There's so many to choose from... Emoji flesh skin tones coming soon!
The actual character the iPhone generates changed for many emojis in iOS5 and a handful changed in iOS7. You can still create older iPhone emoji by clicking 'Show Options' and select the button of your preference under 'Emoji Symbols' then clicking on a face.
On June 16th 2014, the Unicode consortium announced the addition of 270+ emoji. View high resolution black and white placeholder images for the complete list of new emoji.
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