: Starting with iOS 5 you can enable the Emoji keyboard from the General settings. To learn how to do this check out the Activating Emoji on a new iOS 5 device or iPhone 4S tutorial page.
Everyone is texting and emailing nowadays; you need a little something to spice up your regular ol’ boring typing. This is where Jon Kean’s iPhone app, Emoji Free, comes in. Taking a page from Japan’s book, it allows you to incorporate emoji (picture characters or emoticons) into whatever you are typing, be it text, note, or email. With over 450 different emojis, there is sure to be something for every occasion or every type of message. Here are instructions on how to add emojis into your iPhone for use:
– Launch Emoji Free and follow the instructions on the screen until you reach a screen that says SUCCESS (it may take a couple minutes)
– Quit Emoji Free and open the Settings
– In Settings, go to General -> International -> Keyboards -> Japanese
– Turn the Emoji switch to ON
Cute and useful, the Emoji Free iPhone app is completely a worthwhile download. And best of all, in the grand Asian tradition of frugality, it’s free.
This 3rd Party App is available at the Apple iTunes AppStore. Browse the full list of all AppStore apps filed under the AppStore category.
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