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The emoticons have been designed to be used across all Android platforms and will shortly be released on iOS. Photo courtesy of Oju Africa.

The emoticons have been designed to be used across all Android platforms and will shortly be released on iOS. Photo courtesy of Oju Africa.

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African app company trumps Apple in launching first black emoticons

Without wasting any time, a Mauritius-based app company called Oju Africa announced a few hours later that it had already tackled the lack of racial diversity by introducing its own set of Afro emoticons on Google Play Store.