Compatible with iOS 7 to 11.
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Ever wanted to send that funny emoji but couldn't find it? Search for it with TextEmojis! Ever used Discord, Slack or Telegram? These apps implement the ability to easily input emojis by writing a colon followed by their shortcode. TextEmojis implements this system-wide but better.
On the first colon, TextEmojis will present a list of recently used emojis.
On a complete shortcode, TextEmojis will replace it with the corresponding emoji (:eyes: -> 👀)
Not comfortable with the default configuration? Head to the settings panel and create your own shortcode! (Psst: if you're really sneaky you could make it a tool for normal text replacements too, eg :mail: -> [email protected]).
Not wanting TextEmojis in some app? Head to the settings panel and blacklist said application!
TextEmojis will default the lowest height to three columns on very long text fields. If that isn't enough for you, you can increase (and later decrease) the height by holding on the text label and swiping downwards. Also good to know: tap on the label to disable any view popping up for that colon. Hold on the label to make it sticky and then you can input several ones emojis at once. After it has been marked as sticky, tap on the label to exit or write a new colon to start a new search.
TextEmojis smartly filters the emojis that your device can show, preventing showing lots of question marks on older firmwares. It also smartly sorts the emojis so that the most used ones come on top, and then shortcodes that begin with and contain the search phrase after the colon. Skin tones from the integrated Apple emoji keyboard are of course used and always up-to-date.
Secret extra feature: TextEmojis is loaded with over 140 text faces. Simply write a colon, scroll to the page to the right and easily choose from lots of faces! (ง°ل͜°)ง
|Updated||October 27, 2018|
|Supported iOS Version(s)||7 - 11.4|
It's said that it works on iOS 7-11, but only worked on iOS 11 for me. On this iOS 10.2 device, it booted me to safe mode when I chose an emoji from the list.