Designed for women and by women, the Femmoji sticker app features a collection of animated stickers designed to illustrate and celebrate women and the cultural movements driving conversations of equality
Eboticon and Getty Images, the worldwide leader in visual communication, have today released, Femmoji, a new mobile app featuring animated stickers and emojis that represents the power, creativity and diversity of women.
Femmoji, available from today for iOS, provides users with more timely and entertaining stickers and emojis to share via text message or social media.
As the use of stickers and emoji’s continues to increase, Eboticon and Getty Images believe it is important that images in the digital space provide opportunity to continue important conversations that women are having elsewhere. These images have been designed with those conversations in mind, focusing on positive depictions of “girl power” and showing women as leaders and heroes and in positions of strength and solidarity.
“Women are making history every day, which is why we are so proud to release this app in celebration of Women’s History Month and give women all over the world stickers and emojis that they can share digitally with pride,” said Tracey Pickett, CEO, Eboticon. “Getty Images has the very best when it comes to creative content, which made them the perfect partners for us. Not only have they supported the project but also its purpose and have proved to be a company that prides itself on diversity and inclusion.”
Inspired by the strength, intelligence and beauty of today’s woman, Eboticon created Femmoji by teaming up with the female creatives at Getty Images to design the custom stickers and emojis. Eboticon, a creative design and entertainment media company, has created several app’s offering urban and pop culture inspired gifs for digital communication.
The stickers are available for US$1.99 today from the Apple App Store.
Eboticon is a woman-led Atlanta-based app and digital media design startup with a mission to produce dynamic and culturally-relevant emojis. A cross between emojis, gifs, and memes, Eboticon devised a new design approach to emoji giving users the ability to more fully express themselves across digital platforms. The company’s apps have topped the Apple App Store charts as the #2 Paid App Overall and the #1 Paid Social Networking app. Eboticon Emoji apps have user in over 75 countries and have featured on TedX and in publications including the International Business Times.
About Getty Images:
Getty Images has long been the undisputed world leader in visual communication, with customers in nearly every country in the world. With its advanced search and image recognition technology Getty images has established itself as a pioneer in its field, making it the first choice of creative and media professionals alike. In the world of imagery innovation is key, and Getty Images award winning photographers and content creators are committed to producing inspiring and radical work, which is seen every day in the world’s most wide reaching and influential publications. Getty Images works with over 200,000 contributors and hundreds of image partners to provide comprehensive coverage of more than 160,000 news, sport and entertainment events, impactful creative imagery to communicate any commercial concept and the world’s deepest digital archive of historic photography.
Visit Getty images at www.gettyimages.com to learn more about how the company is revolutionizing the role of images in communications of business, and enabling ground breaking and creative ideas to become a reality. For company news and announcements, visit our Press Room.. Find Getty Images on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Tumblr, or download the Getty Images app where you can explore, save and share the world’s best imagery.