The Ultimate ChyMoji & Kimoji Venn Diagram

With a wedding and baby on the way, Blac Chyna filed paperwork to trademark her new name: Angela Renee Kardashian. Proving she fits into the family already, she's following in the footsteps of her soon-to-be sister-in-law and created her own line of emoji. On Tuesday, Blac Chyna launched ChyMoji — and just like Kim Kardashian's Kimoji app, it's quite an eyeful. But how similar are they? To help solve that mystery, I've decided to create a chart comparing ChyMoji vs. Kimoji.

Regardless of which app you choose, they'll each cost you $1.99. Plus, you can't just insert the images into conversations like standard emoji; you have to manually copy and paste each one. Still, that's not a huge hassle. If you're bored of the ordinary options that accompany your phone, these may be worth the slight splurge.

For both ChyMoji and Kimoji, there's quite a variety of icons — ranging from catchphrases to silly faces to tons of food. There are also NSFW options you will definitely not find in a standard emoji set. Sometimes they even include family members. There's a GIF of that time Kim hit her sister Khloé with her purse, or a ChyMoji of Chyna and Rob Kardashian with their baby-to-be.

Everything you've ever wanted to know — and probably more — is included in the Venn diagram below. Feel free to consult it for all of your ChyMoji vs. Kimoji questions.

Despite all of those similarities, each app is certainly unique in its own right. I don't know about you, but I'm torn between the two taco options. Such a tough choice!

Images: Jamie Primeau/Bustle; Getty Images (2); Kimoji (13); ChyMoji/Glamroks, LLC (15)