Emojis are turning into mobile eraâ€™s primary language. A project called Emojidex is taking off in a grand way and offering â€œemojis-as-a-service,â€ with a platform that lets developers share new emojis with each other and add them to their websites and apps. This platform is the first of its kind which allows anyone to register their own emojis.
The product is not just going to stop at emojis. It will incorporate images as well. More and more features will soon follow and plans to do a variety of things, including ones that are somewhat interactive and have more content or links and other things like that, are underwaysumo wrestling suits for sale.
The service currently has its own Chrome extension and Android app. Before it reaches a critical mass of developers and users, however, emojidex has to carve a niche for itself against rivals like Imoji, which lets people make customized emojis and stickers and recently launched an SDK for app developers, and â€œstickers-as-a-serviceâ€ startup PicoCandy.
Emoji is the first service that that focuses on emoji as graphic characters, instead of stickers. Emojidex is open-source and, aside from a few restrictions, lets any developer integrate the service without license fees. The service is free to use, but Kagetsuki plans to monetize with premium features.