Since personalized and inclusive emojis are all the rage now, we have found the ultimate emoji app for Muslims.

Behold ... the Islamoji!

Source: Facebook

Created by Ohio-based realtor, publisher, and app developer, Sakeena Rashid, the app will give you the ultimate Muslim text-messaging experience. 

The custom emoji keyboard, which is available in the App Store, features over 200 emojis and GIFs that relate to the various aspects of Islamic life. It includes emojis for many occasions and situations such as fasting during Ramadan, making du'aa, eating halal foods, etc.

Rashid explains the inspiration behind the application by noting that the tech world is "not helping us (Muslims) express who we really are," adding that she is "disheartened with the constant negative portrayals of Muslims in media".

Here are some of the emojis found in the app:  

When your friends make lunch plans during Ramadan:

When the (halal) love feels are real:

When it's past midnight and you've only covered half the material ... so du'aa is your last hope:

When "Pepsi" just doesn't sound right:

When the "like a boss" feels require a dab:

When it's the weekend and you feel like dancing the 'dabke':

When someone's looking hot AF:

Islamoji is only available for Apple products and cost around $1.99.

You can get the app here.

Not the first time. Tech giants are slowly catering to Muslim users:

Earlier this year, Unicode Consortium - the organization responsible for the evolution of emoji - announced that its latest update will include a hijabi emoji.

This came a year after then-15-year-old Rayouf Alhumedhi sent a proposal to the organization, asking for a hijabi emoji.

Alhumedhi came up with the idea after chatting with her friends in a WhatsApp group - where each person was asked to choose an emoji that represented them. 

"My friends, who don’t wear the headscarf, they found something. For me? I had to opt to not use an image of a woman wearing a headscarf. Because there isn’t one," Alhumedhi said at the time, according to The Washington Post.