Hillary Clinton just got her very own emoji keyboard

September 22, 2015, 5:46 PM UTC
Images courtesy of Snaps

Ever wished you could send a Hillary Clinton emoji? Maybe not—but now you can anyway!

There is now a Hillmoji keyboard, launched on Tuesday by mobile marketing platform Snaps. The company says the Hillmoji is the industry’s first Hillary Clinton-themed emoji, sticker and GIF keyboard. It’s compatible with iOS or Android devices and lets users send images of the presidential candidate using Apple’s iMessage system, Facebook Messenger, and other mobile messaging services such as WhatsApp, KIK and Tango.

The images include cartoons of the Democratic frontrunner doing Clinton-esque things, such as talking on the phone, showing off her Brooklyn pride (Clinton’s campaign headquarters are located in the New York City borough), and—of course—sporting a pantsuit.

Android emojisImages courtesy of Snaps

Users can also show their support of Clinton with hashtag stickers, such as #MadamPresident and #ICan’tI’mBusyBreakingGlassCeilings.

Android stickersImages courtesy of Snaps

Not surprisingly, the keyboard is geared towards millennials, who “lead the exodus from Facebook to the more private and personal messaging space,” according to a statement by Snaps. The company also says that the app will continue to be updated to coincide with major milestones in Clinton’s campaign. (The campaign has no ties to or involvement with the Hillmoji app).

Snaps, which launched in January of this year, is venture-backed and counts Fortune’s parent company, Time Inc., among its major clients.

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