Japanese mobile marketing and ad company D2C announced the launch of its new Android Twitter client yesterday. Named ‘Decotter,’ the application lets users send Tweets that include emoji as it is integrated with the Dcloud service that was announced two weeks ago.
Upon installing the Decotter app, if you don’t have the Dcloud base app installed, you’ll be prompted to download that as well. After that, you can use the Decotter app to add emoji to your Tweets. But from what I can see, your emoji can only be seen by other users of the Decotter app. Regular users will see a m.decotter.net  link as well as a #decotter hashtag.
It seems to me that D2C might have found a more efficient short URL to save some space here, because this means each emoji they Tweet is going to use up 33 characters of the total 140 character Twitter limit. But admittedly, the Tweets do look pretty fun, and if you have a small group of friends using the app, then it might be worth a try.
If you’d like to try our Decotter, you can get it over on Google Play right now. You can check out some screenshots of the app below.