CogniFit MoodCraft: Create Your Own Emoticons To Let Friends Know What You Are Feeling [iOS]

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So far, there is not any means of communication that can top the effectiveness of a face to face conversation. When you are talking to somebody in person, you can not only hear what they are saying but also see their facial expressions and gestures. The ability to do this is absent from many online communications. This is why there are tools such as emoticons that help us convey our feelings and emotions.

But any emoticons app you use leave a lot to be desired. Nearly all of them convey the same default emoticons and do not offer an accurate range to depict your emotions. Here to attempt to fill that gap in emoticons is a  tool called CogniFit MoodCraft.

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CogniFit MoodCraft is a free to use phone application for iOS smart devices. The app is sized at nearly 16 MB and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad devices running version 5.0 or later of iOS. Using this application you can create your own emoticons and have control over many of the emoticon’s details.

Beginning from the shape of the face, you can move on to the color of the emoticon, then to the expression on its face, and then to any accessories such as sunglasses. Some of the advanced accessories in the app are offered as in-app purchases.

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Your created emoticons can be shared with friends to let them know how you are feeling. You can tag your friends with the emoticons on the app to let them know how you are feeling about them.

Features:

  • A user-friendly phone app.
  • Compatible with iOS devices.
  • Lets you create emoticons.
  • Lets you share emoticons with friends to let them know how you are feeling.

Check out CogniFit MoodCraft @ http://moodcraft.cognifit.com

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claudine ratelle

I love emoticons! Is there a similar app for android?