© Licensing

📑Copyright Statement

All products sold on this website are designed by us or our authorized partners. We respect the intellectual property rights of others and expect our customers to do the same.
  • Non-customized products: These products feature our original designs or designs licensed from third-party sources. We own or have the right to use these designs and sell them on our products. Customers are not allowed to copy, modify, distribute, or resell these products without our permission.
  • Semi-customized products: These products allow customers to choose from a range of pre-made designs and add their own text, emoji, or other elements. Customers are responsible for ensuring that they have the right to use any content that they upload or input on our products. We are not liable for any infringement or violation that may arise from the customer's content.
  • Fully-customized products: These products enable customers to create their own designs using our customizer tool and upload their own images, graphics, or text. Customers are solely responsible for the content and quality of their designs and must ensure that they do not infringe on any intellectual property rights or other rights of any person or entity. We reserve the right to reject or remove any designs that we deem inappropriate or unlawful.

Emoji design sets come with various licensing options.

The emoji designs that are currently available on Shop.emojiall.com are redistributed and sold under the terms of the following licenses:   

📃License

MIT License

  • Twitter Twemoji Emoji
  • Microsoft 3D Fluent Emoji
  • Blobmoji Emoji
  • EmojiONE 3.1 Emoji
  • EmojiTwo Emoji

Apache License 2.0 

  • Google Noto Color Emoji
  • Blobmoji Emoji

CC BY 4.0 Public License:

  • Google Noto Color Emoji
  • Twitter Twemoji Emoji
  • Microsoft 3D Fluent Emoji 
  • Blobmoji Emoji
  • EmojiONE 3.1 Emoji
  • EmojiTwo Emoji

CC BY-SA 4.0 Public License

  • OpenMoji  Emoji

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Public License

  • EmojiAll Emoji(Bubble)
  • EmojiAll Emoji(Classic)

💡Annotation

1. MIT License:This is a permissive license that allows you to reproduce and redistribute the work in any medium or format, as well as modify and produce derivative works for both commercial and non-commercial purposes. You simply need to retain the original copyright notice and license text within your code.

2. Apache License 2.0:An open-source software license formulated and issued by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). It grants users the freedom to reuse the code for nearly any purpose, even as a component of proprietary software. The license encourages code sharing while respecting the original author's copyright. It also allows for the modification, distribution, and relicensing of the original code. Commercial use, warranties, and patent claims are also permitted.

3. CC BY 4.0 Public License: A Creative Commons license that allows for the reproduction and redistribution of works in any medium or format, as well as modification and the creation of derivatives, for both commercial and non-commercial purposes. You must provide proper attributionto the original author, link to the license, indicate any changes made, and you cannot suggest that the original author endorses you or your use of the work.

4. CC BY-SA 4.0 Public License: This Creative Commons license allows individuals to copy, distribute, modify, and relicense the original work under the following conditions: Attribution: Users must credit the original source and provide links to both the work and the license, highlighting any modifications made to the original work. ShareAlike: Any adaptations or derivatives created from the original work must be distributed under the same license.No Additional Restrictions: Users cannot apply legal or technological measures that restrict others from doing anything the license permits.

5. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Public License: This Creative Commons license permits you to share and adapt others' works under these stipulations: Attribution: You must provide appropriate credit, link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may attribute in any reasonable manner but not suggest the licensor endorses you or your use. Non-commercial: The work cannot be used for commercial purposes. ShareAlike: If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license. No Additional Restrictions: You cannot use legal or technological methods to restrict others from doing anything the license permits.