Emojis are quickly becoming a thing in social media. People are now able to add emoticons to their Facebook posts, tweets, SnapChats, and a variety of other platforms like never before.
John Wall is one of the first NBA players to put his likeness on emojis onto an app which he released last Thursday.
The app is available on the App Store for iOS devices and the Google Play store for Android devices. The app is essentially an additional keyboard for you to install onto your mobile phone or tablet.
The app costs $1.99 to download. That’s still less than one of those 2 for $2.50 deals at McDonald’s or buying lunch anywhere for that matter.
So go ahead and download the app. With Wall back in action tomorrow against the Sixers, there should be plenty of opportunities for you to use realistic emojis like these after a victory:
#WallMoji app in action pic.twitter.com/8OV9FriflR— Albert Lee (@aleeinthedmv) February 18, 2017
instead of kiddie Miitomo drawings like this one:
John Wall for President! Makes a shot with Davis in his face, gets steal in the next possession! pic.twitter.com/j1qzkz3iqP— Albert Lee (@aleeinthedmv) February 5, 2017
Looks like in-game tweeting will get to a whole new level later this winter and spring.