All the ways to add smiley faces to your conversations on Android with custom keyboards, apps and stickers
By now there are those who can baste entire discussions only with symbols and smileys, hate letting them enter the vocabulary under the word word of the year. Icons that have become icons of an era in which the continuous and frenetic succession of stimuli erodes time and space to dedicate to words. Leaving only the moment necessary for a more or less indecipherable expression of the face or a following of improbable objects.
To make it there are entire apps dedicated to the purpose, from Sliding Keyboard, designed for Android but perfectly able to communicate also with iOS, to Kika Keyboard, integrated with Facebook, Messenger, Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp etc. (without forgetting sms and email), up to SwiftKey, the keyboard that automatically completes your sentence with the missing figure or replaces words with the homologous visual representation.
All in one swipe, all for free, as it also happens with Emojidom, Emoji maker or Imoji, a lapp that transforms anyone into an unemoji. Just immortalize yourself in a funny pose or capture a particular expression with selfie shots to turn it into a sticker to use when needed.
And speaking of stickers the vast park is on Facebook both on the newborn Telegram. The social network par excellence focuses so much on emotions (and on the revenues that more accurate forms of measurement and profiling can generate) by having them integrated directly at the level of reactions.
To these are added all the sticker collections Optional. Just click on the appropriate smiley icon (both in the comments box and within a private conversation) and then on the + symbol to open the doors hell of linguists of smiley paradise. A paradise where only a select few land (yes, the fight for ruthless popularity and even emojis don't have an easy life).
In a few steps you can download hundreds and hundreds of thematic series of stickers, from those of superhero films to sports ones, from those with animals to those on Gianni Morandi (well, yes, here too). Or again, as a last resort, there are real physical keyboards with emoji keys. Watch out for those risks of never going back.