With apps like Kimoji, Jamoji, and Justmoji coming out daily, it seems like everyone is trying to hop on the emoji train.
And the train shows no signs of slowing down. A new SaaS tooled named Feedback Emoji just launched to help websites receive feedback using, you guessed it, emojis.
I wondered, besides the trendiness, why use emojis for feedback?
Product Manager Abe Storey said, "Emojis are a ubiquitous medium for expressing how we feel.
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