ZURICH, July 22, 2015 /CNW/ - Today, EF Education First (EF), world leader in international education, launches "Travelmoji", an emoji keyboard for mobile devices dedicated to all things travel and summer. With Travelmoji, users will be able to bring their adventures around the world to life using one-of-a-kind and eye-catching emojis. For EF, Travelmoji is yet another step in easing communication between different nationalities.
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"Emojis constitute a truly universal language, surpassing language barriers, and this is what EF is all about - to break barriers of language and making it possible for people of all nationalities to find common ground and communicate," says Jesper Bergendal, Executive Vice President of Marketing at EF Education First.
Travelmoji (http://www.travelmoji.com) consists of a series of emojis - from airplanes to sunglasses, flamingos and famous sights. EF will continue to add new emojis, such as exciting destinations and seasonal updates, and will thus continuously increase the keyboard's vocabulary and usefulness.
The launch of Travelmoji is linked to EF's Summer Music Festival, Summeranza, headlined by superstar Charli XCX and welcoming 6000 study abroad students from all over the world. A custom Summeranza emoji category has therefore been included in the Travelmoji keyboard.
Travelmoji is available from Google Play (Android) and App Store (iOS).
About EF Education First
Established in 1965 with the mission to open the world through education, EF Education First (EF) is the world's leading international education company. EF (http://www.ef.com) has helped millions of students learn a new language and travel abroad. With a network of 500 schools and offices worldwide, EF specializes in language training, educational travel, academic degrees, and cultural exchange programs. EF publishes the annual EF English Proficiency Index (http://www.ef.com/epi), which measures the English ability of adults in countries across the world. EF recently released the EF Standard English Test (http://www.efset.org ), the world's first free standardized English test.
SOURCE EF Education First (EF)