Shorten your URLs with emoji
Linkmoji is a new URL shortener, like bit.ly, but with a twist, instead of a pile of numbers, you get emoji!
Emoji are a part of Unicode, an agreed upon standard, though not always supported properly especially on older devices, to show language on computers, for any human language, including dead ones and pictoral language.
For those who favor compatibility, you can click the little "MOJI" box which transforms it into its Punycode version. Punycode translates Unicode characters back to ones in the English alphabet, called ASCII. It is another supported standard to provide backwards compatibility for older machines.
We do appreciate their website's logo which says they're a "pizza shit".
And if you were wondering, we're "bomb-orange-present-smile-eggplant-goofy."