Sorry, Kim: Hillarymoji Will Be Your New Celebrity Emoji Obsession
Once again, it’s time to cheer to the freakin’ weekend. And what better way can we toast the best days of the week than with a round-up of our favorite apps that came out this week. This week’s apps include a Hillary Clinton emoji app (pantsuits for everyone!), a digital watermark maker for your photos and a great, digital alternative to the group friend vote. Download ’em all and then let us know which apps you’re loving.
1. Hillarymoji: If the one thing your emoji keyboard is missing is a good pantsuit, boy, have we got good news for you. There’s now a Hillary Clinton-themed emoji keyboard. It’s time to add that signature blonde bob and girl power to your texts. (We’re going to be using that emoji of Hill texting with sunglasses soooo much.)
2. Remarkly: Make your pictures say 1,001 words. This photo-editing app sticks out from the rest because it adds your genuine handwriting to your photos. Write something on a piece of paper, scan it into the app and it will create a personalized watermark you can add to all your favorite photos. We’re pretty sure this is how Van Gogh would have signed his work if he lived in the 21st century.
3. Postepic: In the words of Oscar Wilde: “The ability to quote is a serviceable substitute for wit.” Find your next favorite quote to whip out in conversation with Postepic. The app is kind of like GoodReads, but it allows users to share their favorite passages and quotes from whatever they’re reading. Get ready to impress everyone you know with your literary knowledge.
4. Yubl: Friend groups are a democracy. And in a democracy, every vote counts. Make sure all your friends are represented in the next happy hour location decision or whether or not you should buy that new dress. Yubl makes group voting fun and hanging out even easier.
5. Flare: Not every idea is a good idea. Find good ideas around you or find out whether or not that genius idea you had for a guacamole bar is really that good. And if you always kind of wanted to be an angel investor — or at least a creative consultant — you can make those dreams a reality by becoming an adviser on projects you’re passionate about.
Which app are you using most right now? Let us know @BritandCo!