All your favorite emotes in one page ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

All of your favorite emotes in one page. Including unicode emoticons and emojis. Simply click to copy, then paste anywhere! — Useful when you want to add a Lenny face ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), shrug ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ or donger ლ(ಠ益ಠლ) when chatting with your friends.
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Hey Product Hunt! I originally created this website in 2015 under a different domain name. Just as a tool for myself, but eventually it started picking up among others and became somewhat popular. Around 1200 people would visit the website daily, and a fair amount of that were new visitors. I eventually ran into some problems with the domain name and lost it (thanks to GoDaddy). This is a redesign that I launched a couple months ago, under a new domain name: emotes.io. It's still the same goofy site to find your emotes quickly, but more modern! If you have any comments or features you would like to see, feel free to let me know ✌
Make it a PWA
@anshuraj Hmm what do you mean by that? It could be more optimized, but it currently works as intended on mobile.
@stix Add a manifest.json file so that it can be installed as an app in the phone and will be added to home screen. It's just a better UX. Maybe add a service worker file to make the app work offline.
@anshuraj Thanks for your input. I'm actually already using a .webmanifest file, so you can add the website to your home screen and it should generate a nice icon for it. I'll look into the service worker, but since the website gets updated every now and then, it might be best to just keep serving it online. What would be a good use for you when offline?
@stix Well, if I don't have a data connection and I want to text someone and use the emotes, I can't load the site because I'm offline. This makes a perfect use case to have the app work offline.