Over the past few years, emoji apps have become increasingly keen to recognize the fact that the people of this world aren't all yellow in color and don't all partake in traditional relationships. Now however, the Love-Moji app is bidding to make emojis even more inclusive by including a collection of couples that are same-sex and mixed-ethnicity.
Available for free download through the iOS and Android apps, this emoji app was released to accompany the release of the film 'Loving', which tells the true story of a Virginia couple who fought to legitimize their inter-racial marriage back in the 1960s.
Emojis have become a great way for people to express themselves, but many people have been left out of the joy of emojis for far too long, which is why the Love-Moji app is such a timely innovation.
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