Memoji is a feature Apple introduced starting with iOS 13 so that users could more easily express themselves via iMessage, and it has certainly evolved a bit since its conception.
Apple introduced Memojis back in 2018, which are basically Animojis of people. If you own an Apple device, you can create a Memoji or yourself that looks like an animated version of you. You can also create Memojis for your friends and family. They can be used in Messages, FaceTime video calls, and more.
When Apple released watchOS 7 they included a Memoji app letting you get creative with Memojis right from Apple Watch. And with that, you can use a Memoji Watch face to show off those you create or the Animojis if you prefer.
The Memoji Watch face is a nifty new way to display something fun and unique. And keep in mind, the images aren’t static. So you’ll see the face move and make expressions. Plus if you tap it, you can have the character make a silly face. Here, we’ll show you how to set it up and customize it on your Apple Watch.
If you own an Apple Watch and recently upgraded to watchOS 7, you might notice a new app on your wrist. The Memoji app is a new addition for those with watchOS 7 or later that lets you create and edit a Memoji as well as turn one into a Watch face.
Make your first Memoji, spruce up your existing one, or create something totally funky. Sound like fun? Here’s how to use the Memoji app on your Apple Watch.
Following weeks of beta seeds, Apple has finally released the next update for iOS and iPadOS, bringing the public version to 13.4.
If you have been eager to see new Memoji sticker types arrive for iOS, the wait is almost over.
Apple yesterday released iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 to the public. We thought iDownloadBlog readers might want to know what's new so we've put together a nice little hands-on video walkthrough taking you through the best new iPhone and iPad features enabled by the update.
If you don't use stickers in your instant messaging conversations, we'll show you how to get rid of the annoying Memoji stickers section in the emoji picker of Apple's default iOS keyboard, thanks to a feature exposed in iOS 13.3.
Apple today released iPadOS and iOS 13.3, the third major software update to the mobile operating system powering the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch following its launch in September. The update is available as an over-t