💻 Emojipedia Dictionary App for macOS
Emojipedia is primarly a web-based emoji resource. There is presently no official Emojipedia app for iOS or Android. You can pin Emojipedia to your home screen on either platform to allow one-tap access to our search from your home screen.
One app that may be helpful to the Mac-using Emojipedia audience has been created by Matt Sephton, with permission to use the Emojipedia name.
💻 Emojipedia for Mac
Lookup the details of any emoji directly from your Mac. Emojipedia for macOS uses the built-in Dictionary provided by Apple, but adds a custom lookup for emoji information. Click though to Emojipedia for the full definition.
The quickest installation is available by downloading Dictionaries.app, which makes finding additional sources for the macOS dictionary a one-click installation.
1. Download Dictionaries.app and run it
2. Click "Add Dictionary"
3. Select Emojipedia and Click "Add"
4. Once installed, Force Touch any emoji, or choose "Look up" from a conextual menu.
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