You can now send Singlish stickers in your text messages with new app, SINmoji
If you’re gonna live in Singapore, you gotta do it right. We’re not just talking about sweating it out in hawker centres and mastering the MRT; you gotta be savvy with the lingo too, leh. While Singlish might come naturally to some, the multi-racial slang is still understandably elusive and complicated to grasp by others. If you fall in the latter camp, your best bet is to use it in daily conversation as much as possible, and thankfully, that’s where SINmoji comes in.
A new keyboard app that’s made in the +65, SINmoji is your linguistic gateway into the refined yet rojak art of Singlish. Enhancing your text messages like Emojis, SINmoji lets you paste stickers brandished with colloquial Singlish phrases like “cheem” (that’s complicated), “suay” (unlucky), “alamak” (oh no!), “wayang” (fake it) and many more. The SINmoji keyboard is available from the iTunes App Store for iMessage, WhatsApp, Facebook, WeChat, and Line.
Respond to your Singaporean mates with that shiok comeback, and you’ll no longer have to “talk cock” while struggling to speak Singlish.
You can now download SINmoji from the iTunes App Store.