With kaomojis you can let the world know just how you’re feeling with a few simple key symbols. The craze for Japanese emoticons shows no signs of abating with young urbanites in Japan creating and sharing new and more elaborate emoticons every day. There’s even a new app called Twikao available to download for free from the App Store. It’s able to transform a picture of your face (or a friend’s) into a an emoticon that captures your facial expression. And already for tweeting.
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