TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – There is no question that emoji symbols that Apple offers for macOS and iOS users are far more beautiful than those available for Android, Windows and other systems. If you have ever seen any of emoji symbols designed by Microsoft, you probably agree that they are terribly ugly.
If you love emoji symbols, you may want to use them as pictures except that there is no easy way of converting them into image files. Yes, I have a desktop application called ePics for this purpose. Unfortunately, ePics won’t run properly under macOS 10.12 Sierra. So I spent the last several days developing an upgrade to ePics. An application that I submitted to Mac App Store several minutes ago is called Emoji de Picture 2.
Emoji de Picture 2 is a direct successor of an existing desktop application called ePics. Emoji de Picture 2 lets you convert emoji symbols you select into image files. You have access to all emoji symbols that are available under macOS 10.12.5. Emoji de Picture 2 supports skin tones. All you have to do is click on a skin tone button, and all emoji symbols that support skin tones will have the skin tone altered accordingly. Continue reading