Best Emoji App- Which One To Choose?

Best emoji app

Emoji has become a part and parcel of everyone’s life. Every text conversation feels incomplete without any emoji. We’ve almost found an emotion for every mood and it feels unsatisfactory if there is not an appropriate emoji to describe it! So here we get to you the best emoji app that is as regular as our morning coffee!

WhatsApp for emoji:

Let’s not argue here, that the emoji trend of the WhatsApp made most of the millennial kids buy a smartphone for themselves. WhatsApp emoji have been trending for a long time and constant additions of new emoji have been updated. They’ve been totally ideal when it came to decorating any festival message or even a normal DND message. Here is just a glimpse! Get the app here.

whatsapp emoji


It’s personally my favorite and is an active snap chat user, everyone who is using it can often agree with me. Bitmoji gives you a fresh dose of relatable emoji’s. They also suggest you depending on climate, the relevance of the snap or the time of the day. Be it love, excitement, shock, dizziness or anything, bitmoji has it all sorted for you! Get the app here.

bitmoji emoji


One of the best features of Facemoji is that it allows you auto-detection of emoji’s that sends them depending on what text comes. Facemoji gives you over 3500+ emoji’s and most of them are more illustrative versions of Whatsapp emoji. They also provide with a 3-d version of the emoji, which means, moods can be directly communicated! Get the app here.

facemoji emoji


What’s best than to create a personalized sticker that can be used as an emoji? I know, exciting! By using MojiPop, you can create your own avatar and that avatar can even be dragged on to camera just in case you need a few funny and funky pictures! No other app has this feature that relates to the camera and personalization of avatar is like a cherry on the top! Get the app here.

MojiPop emoji

Hike messenger:

There was an era of Hike stickers that ranged from romantic to hilarious ones! After that, hike stickers were so popular among the fans that their living models were featured on almost every public occasion. The stickers ranged from regional ones to international ones including french ‘cheesy’ ones. Unfortunately, today Hike isn’t used much but back then the stickers were also featured on WhatsApp as an emoji. Bad patch for Hike but applause for creativity! Get the app here.

Google keyboard emoji:

Google keyboard has a set of emoji which are similarly like WhatsApp- just they are not clearly outlined. One of the greatest features of Google’s set of emoji is the trending combos of emoji. We can select our favourite and more frequently used combos. Similarly, you can also vote for your most used combo and help to keep it trending. I hope it lessens your stress to choose your ideal emoji from the millions out there!

Meanwhile, if you still don’t know which one to choose, then I insist you install all! Comment down below and share which one you use the most. Also share this article with your friends and family.

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