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With a database of thousands of emojis, the 5000+ Emoji app allows users to virtually express themselves by using stickers, different fonts, 3D animated pictures, and more. It is available for free download from iTunes and does not have any in-app purchases. It is safe to be used by all ages.

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What is 5000+ Emoji?

5000+ Emoji is an app that provides users with thousands of emojis, stickers, and smileys that can be used to communicate over texting, Facebook Messenger, email, and many other settings. It can be downloaded for free from iTunes, but is not available in Google Play.


Once you have downloaded the app, you can open and browse all of the different emoji options by clicking the different tabs at the bottom of the screen. When you have found an emoji that you would like to send, click on it. If you are ready and would not like to add anymore, press “Send” and select how you would like it to be delivered.


It is not necessary to make an account in order to use the app. Additionally, unlike other emoji apps, you do not need to install a new language into your phone settings.


While most users have given 5000+ Emoji positive reviews, some have stated that they wish that the app had more of a diverse emoji selection.

Is 5000+ Emoji safe for my kids?

Because it does not contain any mature themes, 5000+ Emoji is safe for all ages. None of the emojis are violent, explicit, or inappropriate, meaning that parents do not have to worry about their child being exposed to adult subjects. There is no age verification process.

It is important that parents know that while users can’t directly communicate through 5000+ Emoji, it is an app that helps users to communicate with others. If parents are not comfortable with their child having private conversations on social media, they may want to monitor their child’s phone usage and stay aware of who their child is communicating with.

Due to the fact that the app does not require users to make an account, very little personal information is given to the developer. Parents do not need to worry about the app having access to their child’s name, contact information, or location.

As always, parents should be aware of how much time their child is spending on social media and using technology. If your child is older, make sure to discuss with them the dangers of acquiring a tech addiction.

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