SAN FRANCISCO, March 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- YourMoji today announced that it is launching emojis and GIFs for the men's "Sweet Sixteen" college basketball teams. The emojis, created by noted artist Julia Heffernan, can be shared through any messaging programs and provides a fun way for fans to show their school spirit as they battle for the championship. Let the smack talking begin!
In addition to the emojis for each of the remaining sixteen teams, YourMoji is also proving additional, expanded content for its partner college schools, including: Iowa, Oregon, Texas A&M, Indiana, Notre Dame and Virginia. These schools will be updating their own "channels" on a regular basis –even during football season.
Fans can download the YourMoji application for free, along with the unique basketball "Moji Madness" emojis and GIF images at: getyourmoji.com. The content can then be shared directly with anyone using popular messengers such as iMessage, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, WhatsApp.
"Our 'Moji Madness' content, captures the excitement of the March basketball tournament," says YourMoji CEO, Andrew LaForge. "We are excited that a number of our partner schools remain in the tournament. Fans will have fun sharing this content with their rival fans through any messaging platform."
YourMoji also allows anyone to create emojis on the fly, and make them even more fun by adding custom backgrounds, combining multiple cutouts and pulling from a personal photo stream. There's no limit to what users can create. It's fun and simple.
During the tournament, YourMoji is asking users to submit their best emojis for inclusion into the platform. YourMoji will evaluate submissions, select finalists and then publish the winning emojis.
In addition to content for college basketball tournament emojis, YourMoji users can fill their keyboards with a variety of user-generated and partners' emojis and GIFs from TV shows, brands, movies, bands and more. YourMoji allows users to select and follow their favorite channels of content, all within one keyboard.
YourMoji, formed by Stanford University graduates, is based in San Francisco. Utilizing simplified photo editing tools, the keyboard media platform allows users to develop and share creative, user-generated content and brand partner content across all popular social media and messaging systems. Follow @YourMoji on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and visit GetYourMoji.com for more. Julia Heffernan can be found at juliaheffernan.com
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