With iOS 13, Apple has democratized the process of creating Memojis. Now, any Apple devices with an A9 processor or higher can create a Memoji and use Memoji stickers. The new Memoji stickers are generated automatically for every Memoji avatar. And you can use them in any app, not just Messages. Here’s how to use Memoji stickers in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
Bitmoji’s got nothing on Memoji. Except that its available everywhere, on any platform you can think of. Memoji’s character creation, motion tracking, and face filters are all superior. But the problem is that it only works in the Messages app. If you’ve got friends who are only on WhatsApp or friends who use Android, you can’t really use this awesome and fun feature. But, if you’re dedicated enough, there is a worthy workaround.
Standard text messages aren’t great, but thankfully there’s technology out there that has improved the experience for the companies who actually support it.
Apple expanded upon the functionality of iMessage with what it calls “Business Chat” with the launch of iOS 11 last year, but its launch, when the feature did finally arrive, was limited in availability.
iPhone users in China have been bombarded with a barrage of iMessage spam in recent days, with mobile operators unable to do anything. Mobile operators in China usually filter out SMS spam in the country but are unable to filter out iMessage spam since its end-to-end encrypted.
One of Apple’s biggest strengths is it messaging platform, iMessage, a lynchpin to keeping a lot of users within the ecosystem.
It was recently discovered that sending a specific link in an iMessage could do some pretty annoying damage to a recipient’s device.
As far as software goes, Apple has been going through a sort of rough patch, needing software updates to fix small issue to glaring security vulnerabilities.
Animojis are just outright fun. To make and to share. If you’ve got a new iPhone X, I highly recommend setting aside an afternoon just to get to know your Animoji friends. Figure out what your Animoji character is. Are you a monkey, a robot, an alien or a unicorn?
Back in September, Apple released macOS High Sierra to the public. Since then, some users are experiencing an issue with iMessage and text delivery.
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