According to an old saying, a picture is worth a thousand words. An emoticon usually has a more singular meaning, with a happy face showing that you’re feeling pretty good. But as more emoticons come out, users can tend to lose track of what they might mean. Looking to provide users with even more emoticons, including ASCII text, IO Inc. Tools has released the Emoticon Dictionary, so that both Android and iOS users can use an even wider range of emoticons. All you need to do tap to search and use emoticons.
Since emoticons are saved to the clipboard, you can use them in messengers or via e-mail. Using this app is quite easy to do. It also contains a large list of emoticons. Long taps let you send emoticon tweets.
Depending on your device, Emoticon Dictionary may spam you with notifications. The Twitter and Facebook login system is far too tricky and may not function correctly.
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Dec 23, 2015