Emot.es Alternatives

    Emot.es is described as '( ?° ?? ?°) Emot.es - One of the biggest and most updated library of web & apps emoticons. From unicode to Skype, Twitch and Facebook. ¯_(?)/¯ ??'. There are nine alternatives to Emot.es, not only websites but also apps for Mac, iPhone, Windows and Android. The best alternative is Rocket, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to Emot.es are Shapecatcher (Free), Emojis Time (Free), Text faces (Free) and Emoticon Central (Free).

    This page was last updated Nov 24, 2020

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      Rocket is a free Mac app that makes typing emoji faster and easier using Slack-style shortcuts.
    1. Shapecatcher is a new website, that helps you to find specific Unicode characters, just by sketching their shape. Currently about 10000 of the most important Unicode characters are compared to your sketch and are analysed for similarities.
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    2. All emojis for all platforms - facebook, twitter, apple, google, samsung, emojione, and more.
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      Lenny face ( ?° ?? ?°), shrug face ¯\_(?)_/¯, and look of disapproval ?_?. Click to copy.
    3. A directory of ASCII/Unicode faces to easily copy into your clipboard and use anywhere! Find the emoticon you need by category or search the whole database, and click "COPY" to put it in your clipboard.
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    4. Use Copy Paste Character to insert proper typographic characters, such as “quotation marks” and the interrobang ?, or simply use it to spice up your e-mail messages, tweets, or text messages with h?ppy faces, sn?wmen or ? arrows ?.

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      Express yourself with over 10,000 Japanese emoticons, the largest collection of kaomoji text emoticons on the Internet! Plus emoji, dongers and more. Kaomoji are a type of emoticon that originated in Japan.
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      Glyphfinder is the missing character search for designers, developers and writers. Finds Everything We made looking for the needle in the unicode haystack easy. Search for words, categories, look-alikes or colors – you can’t do it wrong.
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      A nice collection of selected kaomoji Japanese emoticons.
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