Emotiki is the world's first Māori emoji keyboard
15 June 2016
A green smiling tiki will replace the ubiquitous yellow smiley face in the first Māori emoji keyboard. The idea for emotiki came from watching youngsters at kapa haka competitions celebrating their performances on social media.
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