Now, a new project, named emojidex, is offering emojis as a service that allows developers to share new emojis with each other and add them to their apps and websites. Also Read - Windows 10 gets new virtual keyboard with emojis
Founder Rei Kagetsuki said that the open-source platform was the first service that allowed anyone to register their own emojis and added that emojidex set itself apart by being the only platform that focused on emojis as graphic characters, instead of stickers, reported TechCrunch. Also Read - Coronavirus: This pandemic is also delaying new emojis as Unicode 14.0 release pushed back
The service also lets creators apply copyright locks to emojis, thereby barring developers from using those images in commercial content without getting a license. Also Read - Android 11 will come with Emoji 13.0, including 62 new emojis, 55 gender and skin tone variants
Kagetsuki said that the project will add more features to emojis in order to make them more interactive.
The service currently has its own Chrome extension and Android app