Our way of conversation (especially on social networks) with people has changed. Now, we have emoji and stickers to express our feelings and actions, and no doubt that Emoji are more popular. We all love emoji, isn’t! It’s fun and interesting. Emoji usage is increasing day by day and there are services that are taking emoji usage to the next level. Among such services, there is a service that lets you convert any link to emoji link and share that link with others. This is really awesome, right! The name of that service is Linkmoji.
Linkmoji is a free service with which you can present your website URL or some other link with emoji. So the text is replaced by emoji without affecting or breaking the URL. You need to enter the URL of a webpage and then it automatically converts that URL to emoji URL. You can also customize the link with your own selected emojis. Accessing the emoji URL opens the original URL. Let me give you a clear idea how it happens and what you need to do.
The homepage prompts you to enter the webpage link so that you can turn it to an emoji URL. Then click ‘Create Linkmoji‘ button. This creates a link with random emojis which can be customized with your selection of emojis.
The above link highlighted in red is the link with emoji created by Linkmoji. You can copy it by pressing ‘CTRL + C’ on the keyboard. You can use the emoji link to visit the actual link and the link can be given to other people as well.
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Shown above is the emoji list from which you can choose your favorite emoji to generate the emoji URL. Once chosen, the button ‘Choose Your New Emoji‘ above will turn green. Until it is green, you will have to keep trying the emoji for the link.
So this is how the link to emoji converter service works. This concept is not new actually. GoDaddy has also come with service to register an emoji domain by selecting favorite emoji. Basically, converting URL to emoji is done using Punycode which converts Unicode characters to ASCII code. Thus text is converted to emoji, but actual URL remains the same. Linkmoji also uses the same method. Anyways, converting a URL to emoji URL is quite interesting and I like to use it. If you also want to try it, then visit this service.