When it comes to expressing yourself via email, text, Facebook and Twitter, why not show everyone how you feel instead of using 140 characters to tell it. No matter what mood you're in, adding smileys or text embellishments is the perfect way to get your point across. With EasySmileys by LaurentCie you can insert characters without the trouble of typing on the keyboard or fumbling with the touchscreen.
EasySmileys is an easy to use application with over two hundred and fifty characters varying in topic such as animals, people, events, emotions, and anything else you can think of. These are definitely not your typical sad, frowning, and happy smileys. Sci-Fi fans can send representations of Princess Leia and Yoda while kids can giggle over Sponge Bob and Teletubbies. There are all sorts of smileys included for people of all ages to enjoy. I'm getting addicted to the bored, awkward or annoyed ones. Don't think that this list is set in stone. You can add your own or view updates by the developer on his Google Group site.
I fell in love with this app the minute I downloaded it. It's a fun to have on your device and takes up only 59kb of memory. So head on over to the CrackBerry app store now and start adding a little extra oomph to your status updates and messages.
- Create your own or manage your favorites in a separate list
- Copy and paste directly into any BlackBerry and social networking application
- English, French, Spanish, and Polish translations available
- Assign to a side convenience key to easily open the application wherever you are
- More than 250 smileys, art ascii, unicode, and text embellishments
EasySmileys supports all BlackBerry devices and is available at the CrackBerry App store for $2.99. Keep reading for more images.
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