Did you know what the top three most misinterpreted texts are?
2: Hang on
3: the "unanswered text"
Can you relate to any of these? Have you ever misinterpreted any of these responses, or vice versa? Can you give us an example?
Personally, I've taken the "OK." response in wrong way, feeling that the person was being cold and too sometimes rude, when in fact it simply wasn't the case..! Pxibits app wants you to add your own unique emoji to your texts and have more fun conversations while getting your message across better!
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Did you know that the popular 'grinning face with smiling eyes' emoji looks so different on devices for these various platforms?! So the emoji you send can often look different if sent to a device that is different from your own, which can lead to a misinterpretation of the emotion.
Avoid confusion and those pointless arguments by creating your own unique emojis!
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A few days away to Marseille was just what I needed before the 'back to school/work' routine sets in.
Catching up with old friends, going on walks around the city, taking part in the 'vélorution' at night, cycling along the coast, swimming in the sea, eating tapas.. this place is special to me. I want to go back!
Texting has become one of the main ways that we communicate with each other and pxibits wants to provide you with tools that will help you to have more fun conversations and avoid those pointless & frustrating arguments.
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