Do you like to use emoticons, images, or symbols to express yourself when chatting or messaging a friend? Before Mac OS X 10.7, you could only use emoji characters by installing an app. Luckily, with Mac OS X 10.7 and higher, emoji is now pre-installed and can be used without an app. Here’s how you can use emoji on a Mac.
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