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An app to suggest perfect Emojis

No more worries for Searching Emojis

Dango an app suggest emojis.

Have you ever look for perfect emojis in your keypad. It is a a time consuming task, isn’t it? Now a Toronto-based Startup introduces, Dango app. It works with any messaging app and can assist you in finding emojis instantly.

Dango is a floating app that appears on any messaging app, suggesting emojis, stickers and GIFs based on what you are writing. It is not limited to words suggestion but attempt to improve the context and meaning. The motto is neural, to keep messaging smarter so that more can use it.

About Dango

Dango works with any messaging app unless you explicitly disable its permission. Similar to Facebook Chat Head, a app icon disappears when it not required. This helps to keep the systems resources free for other apps. This is what makes Dango special.

Walmsley says that apps like Dango represent the future of language, since more people rely on emojis, stickers and GIFs rather than text. He quoted “Language is becoming visual. Emoji, stickers, and GIFs are exploding in popularity, despite the fact that it’s still labour-intensive to use them in an advanced way. Enthusiasts create personal collections of images for every situation and have memorized every page of the emoji keyboard, but the rest of us rely on using emoji immediately accessible on our “most used”.

You can download the app hereDownload: Dango (Free)

Takeaways :-

  • Dango is a floating app that appears on any messaging app suggesting emojis, stickers and GIFs based on what you are writing.
  • Similar to Facebook Chat Head feature it disappears once it used. So the systems resources aren’t wasted much. This is what makes Dango special.
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