Emojis are small digital images or icons used to express an idea or emotion in electronic messages and web pages.
Regular emojis are unicode which means they are text. Unicode emojis are voted upon by a college of people across the world, and for this reason no brands have unicode emojis. All third party keyboards (including our Guamoji keyboard) are image based, and every messaging app handles images a little bit differently.
We have optimized our keyboard for in the interest of having the best experience across the most apps.
Full access is required to copy Guamojis into the iOS pasteboard. However, if you are not interested in copying and pasting Guamojis, you can still use the Chamorro alphabet keyboard without granting full access.
The Apple warning about sensitive information such as credit card numbers does not apply to our keyboard because the app is designed NOT to save any keystrokes or send any data to us.
The Guamoji keyboard does not have access to information typed with other keyboards such as your regular text keyboard.
All third party extension keyboards require at least iOS 8. We recommend having the latest version of iOS for Guamoji to work properly.