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

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.