KaomojiApp makes crazy text emoticons easy \(☆o◎)/

KaomojiApp adds a menu item to your Mac with a huge collection of Unicode emoticons that you can easily select and insert in any text area. The free version has a few basic samples in each emotion category, and you can unlock hundreds more for just $3.

Yay! ☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆



  1. Back in the day, we typed emoticons ourselves.  And we liked it.

    (I really was going to post a comment about how Mac users can’t figure out how to do this themselves, so they need an app to do it for them, but I decided not to.)

  2. Goddamn you have a cluttered menu  bar. 

    It’s the mac equivalent of that screenshot of IE that’s been stuffed to the gills with search bars.

    1. ┗┃・ ■ ・┃┛
      I don’t really think so. It’s otherwise-unused space, and the icons are small and unobtrusive – and are useful.
      (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
      Attached is an image of my menu bar icons; they all do something useful for me.
      ー( ̄~ ̄)ξ
      This one is in the “smug” category which I suppose is appropriate for us mac users ;)

        1. Yep – and so much better than the Windows version, the endless ugly icons on the bottom right (if they even do that anymore), none of which you actually want there.

  3. I just copypaste the ones I like into a TextEdit file, then cmd+tab, select, cmd+tab, paste.  seems to accomplish the same thing?

  4. Or you could just switch to “Line” like most of Japan has.

    No I don’t work for line. But I’m in Japan and to communicate with friends they all use Line. It’s so popular there are stuff dolls Inthe stores and arcades for the emoticons from Line

  5. 2gigabyte Japanese kaomoji has been quite a powerful communication tool. I tend to like pretty much anything using -> ω

    As mentioned above, LINE by Naver looks to me kinda next generation of it. (i don’t mean that kaomoji is not fun/cool anymore)

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