Bobble Keyboard launches GIF feature enabling real-time personalized emojis

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

New Delhi [India], Dec 15 (ANI): Selfie-based customizable emoji mobile app Bobble has announced the launch of its latest GIF feature. With this takeoff, the dynamic enterprise hopes to enable users with the experience of real-time personalization of GIFs to make conversations more expressive. An app that enables individuals to engage in highly personalized self-expression has enabled the GIF feature by Bobble Keyboard to integrate exclusively in Indus OS devices, which is the world's first regional operating system made for smartphones in India and other emerging markets. The Bobble Keyboard has used comprehensive technology to develop this feature that can adjust the expression on every face to match its emotion with the sticker or GIF in real time. In addition, the app will also offer personalized content recommendation to users based on the tone and tenor of the input text, through a self-learning algorithm. "At Bobble, our main objective is to provide a platform to individuals, who want to use personal and expressive content to make their conversation more interactive. With our latest GIF feature, they will be able to experience meaningful and better conversations with their family and friends," said co-founder and MD Bobble Keyboard, Mohd Wassem. "The Bobble keyboard converts an individual's selfie to hundreds of stickers, and also enables them to customize text in any language. With the new GIF feature, we hope to promote Bobble as a multi-feature app that can make conversations more emotive and personal," said co-founder Bobble Keyboard, Ankit Prasad. Since its launch, Bobble has partnered with various companies like Baidu, Indus OS, etc. It is also the first India-based app to associate with Apple Inc. for its iMessage app. Additionally, the customized emoji mobile app has previously worked with brands like Zomato, Tinder, and YourStory, which have promoted Bobble on their exclusive websites, apps, and social media pages. (ANI)