Easy way to activate emoji icons on iOS devices

There’s an old saying: A thousand words worth of paintings apply to Apple’s latest creation, the iOS device. Many iPod touch and iPhone owners use their devices daily to communicate with friends and family. What if you say that you can actually send more than text in a text message? And the best part is that all iOS devices have emoji icons built in. Learn how to enable this in this article. Emoji icons are cute pictograms that represent our daily lives. For example, you can replace “I love you” mysmiley with a simple pictogram icon that represents a heart. It is widely used and compatible with most mobile phones in Japan.

It’s easy to enable emoji on iOS devices, but it’s not for the faint of heart. One of the easiest ways is to jailbreak your device. The term jailbreak itself may sound a bit intimidating, but it’s the process of modifying the device’s system software to do something unintended. Once released, you can activate emoji with simple settings.
Another way to enable emoji icons on your device is to use a simple software insert. This software can be easily found on the App Store. Just search for the emoji and you’ll find some. My personal preference is to use the software activation method because I don’t have to jailbreak my device.

Once you have emoji enabled on your iOS device, there are a few simple steps to set it up. Most software programmers will tell you what to do in the manual, so I won’t go into detail here.