Napturalista Moji 4+

3D Emojis in Honor of Sistas‪!‬

Alexander Okafor

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 2.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


We Believe Black Women are Amazing! So We Created a 3D Emoji Sticker App in their Honor.

A 3D Emoji Sticker App that Celebrates the Melanin Rich Skin Complexions and Natural Hairstyles of Black Women! Created For Us By Us! Now What Could Be Better than that?

What’s New

Version 1.2

Optimize App Performance
Fix Minor Issue

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K Ratings

LenaLittleCloser ,

Fantastic! Just one thing...

These emojis are truly stunning! It feels wonderful to be represented through animation, so I really appreciate the creators’ strides to do just that! I love that a wide variety of skin tones are depicted, and that each woman is crowned with an unapologetically Black hairstyle! ☺️#BlackGirlMagic

The only drawback I discovered was that all of the women have light brown eyes. This was disheartening to see, as the vast majority of African American women actually have DARK brown eyes. Our dark eye color is a gorgeous physical attribute that is often (and unfortunately) looked down upon in Eurocentric societies, while lighter eye colors are praised. In an attempt to better represent Black women and push back against oppressive stigmas, I hope that the creators will take this detail into consideration and make the appropriate adjustments to celebrate our unique beauty!

happyHPcustomer ,

Nice Idea, but narrow view of our beautiful race...very disappointing and unfortunate.

I bought this app and downloaded it very excited and ready to share with my friends however I was very disappointed to find that there was no representation of my skin tone in it, or even close. I am a very fair skinned black woman and I love every shade of black. As a black woman, I would never create an African American app promoting positive sisterhood and leave out certain shades of our race as if they don’t exist. What’s even worse is I emailed the company to try to understand why, and never got any correspondence as if someone was just ignoring my comments and questions. Overall, the idea of this app I think is wonderful but to ignore a really concerned customer who was actually very excited about this product is very disheartening to me and as a result, even though I paid for the app and was very excited to support, I cannot continue to support a company that acts as if I do not exist. I will be deleting this app from my phone after this review. It is very unfortunate that these are people of my own race. My only hope is that this company will read my review and re-think their idea of sisterhood and how they represent our race. It says a lot about who you are...I guess I’m not black enough to be represented, shame.

Nubian Princess T ,

Best Emoji for Black Women

I hear a lot of black women making negative comments about this app. First of all, this is the best app ever, because there has never been an app that describe us as intelligent, classy, black, beautiful women in various shades of our skin tone in 3D, like Pixar!!! Come on ladies!!! There’s no Disney movie that represents us as like this app! Also, there’s no app that compare to this one, because the others are like cartoonish or non life like characters. Napturalista Emojis are life like to me, and my avatar in describing my emotions when I text family & friends. I can tell you their impressed! Let’s appreciate and not discriminate when you believe this app doesn’t meet only 10-15% of your expectations. Please kindly write the app developer of this app to share your input professionally and offer suggestions.

Stay Woke!

App Privacy

The developer, Alexander Okafor, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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