David Smith:

Rather than the incredibly awkward paging interface the Emoji are listed out in a single, smoothly scrolling window. So you can easily browse through from top to bottom in only a few swipes. Along the right side is a jump bar letting you quickly skim to a particular category (organized in a way that actually puts similar things together). Long press on any Emoji to add it to your favorites list or view all your recently used Emoji in the Recents list. Simple. Fast.

First third-party keyboard I’ve tried that I actually kept installed.

(Via Casey Liss, who gives it a 👍.)

Thursday, 2 October 2014