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Best emoji maker apps

1.Angel Emoji Maker

Free download

Angel Emoji Maker is an online app emoji maker which allows users to create emojis, smileys, and stickers. This app features emoji text function, emoji backgrounds, and so on.

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2.Animoji

Free download
Animoji is an app for creating emojis and GIFs that you can use on messaging apps, social networks and even videos. Use your imagination and create customized emojis that you can save in your own library.

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  • Paul Coleman

    by Paul Coleman

    I use a lot of different forums and social media so it's no surprise that I'm absolutely hooked on emojis. I even went and watched that awful movie! A More

  • Teresa Ryan

    by Teresa Ryan

    Makes it super easy to make your own emojis without having to have all the fancy technology knowledge. You can use it pretty much anywhere your phone  More

  • David Griffin

    by David Griffin

    This app seems fun to use and it has great reviews. I would really love to try and show it to my kids.

3.Emoji Maker

with in-app purchases
With Emoji Maker you can create emojis, smileys and stickers in an easy and funny way. Choose a basic emoji and add accessories to customize it. Save and share them on messaging apps and social networks.

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  • Ralph Lynch

    by Ralph Lynch

    Being a major Whatsapp user, and always wanting to shorten my typing with the use of emojis, this app is just fantastic!! Sure I may have spent a bit of time creating, but the after effect has been completely worth it, and mildly addicting as well!!

4.Moji Maker

Paid: $1.99 with in-app purchases
Moji Maker lets you create your own emojis and automatically sync them to your keyboard. Choose from different categories, customize the emoji adding eyes, hands, hats and other accessories and share it.

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  • Evelyn Cole

    by Evelyn Cole

    What is better than being able to create your own emoji? Moji Maker has been my favorite app so far in this area. I love that I can create weird, wild, or wacky emojis that will fit my needs. My kids love it to. Sometimes an emoji is even better than More

5.Bitmoji

with in-app purchases
Bitmoji is an app of the family of Bitstrips that allows you to create your personal emoji. Choose from a huge library of stickers and create a cartoon avatar to express yourself in social networks.

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  • by Jack Long

    big help in letting me make my own emoji. great fun.

6.XPRESSO

with in-app purchases

With XPRESSO you can create custom 3D avatars, GIF stickers, anime, and emojis on your iOS and Android devices. Simply design your own avatar with text and share it on your favorite social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and more.

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  • Brian Jackson

    by Brian Jackson

    XPRESOO might be the best app for creating not only emojis, but avatars, gifs and anime as well. You can also use it to share your creations on social media!

7.Emoji Me Face Maker

with in-app purchases
Transform yourself into an emoji with Emoji Me Face Maker. This app provides you over 1 trillion combinations to create your own emoji. Choose from different expressions, add accessories, texts and share them on your social networks.

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  • by Tyler Olson

    This is a fun app that allows you to make your own face into a GIF emoji to send to your friends. You can add hats, glasses, and other accessories to  More

  • Ruth Ramirez

    by Ruth Ramirez

    Seriously? Who has time to spend picking out features. I hope this is not what we are encouraging our youth to spend time on.

WHAT'S THE MEANING?

Animoji is an emoji maker from the messaging app in Apple's iPhone X where you can animate a standard emoji. The feature uses facial motion capture to emulate the expression that you want to send.

DID YOU KNOW?

Did you know that before animojis were even a thing, Snapchat did it first? Snapchat set the trend by featuring moving emoji stickers way back in 2016. The update allowed its users to add an emoji to their recorded video snap. In this innovation, you can also control where you want to place your sticker and how it moves on the video. In 2017, Snapchat introduced feature that integrates the app with Bitmoji. Bitmoji is one of those emoji maker apps that lets you create your own avatar and allows you to dress and use it to express yourself.

And as Apple released another mobile device from their world-renowned iPhone line, a new feature comes along with it. In that same year when Snapchat integrated Bitmoji, Apple introduced Animoji. What does this mean? Users don't need emoji apps for iPhone anymore, although they need to upgrade to the newer Apple phone. Samsung also followed the trend, but they are months late against Apple though. When Samsung released Galaxy S9 in early 2018, they unveiled a feature that fused Augmented Reality, or AR, with emojis. All these improvements in technology makes living easier that it slowly defeats the purpose of emoji apps.

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