Samsung launches emoji app for language disorder


Samsung launches emoji app for language disorder

Samsung has launched a new emoji-based communication tool that replaces common text phrases with a combination of relevant emojis, as reported by Tech Times.

Wemogee was built to help people who suffer from aphasia, a neurological disorder that can impede an individual’s ability to understand and express language.

It can be used as a standalone messaging app or for in-person interactions, and features a range of emoji combinations based on over 140 phrases plus a very easy-to-use interface designed to avoid overstressing the user.

Wemogee was developed by Samsung Electronics Italia and launches on Android on April 28, with an iOS version planned for the near future.

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