Love it or not, Apple’s Animojis, the new talking emojis that has your voice and facial expressions are a hit. Ever since Apple unveiled this new iPhone feature on the iPhone X, every one of us wants to know how they work and what we can do with them. Here we have got you covered.
Less than a week later, Animojis are proving to be a fun way to communicate through iMessage and beyond. Once you learn a few tricks, they are a lot more flexible and fun than just sending an iMessage to your friend.
What is Animoji?
Animojis are the custom, animated versions of popular emojis that speak in their owners’ voices and mimic their facial expressions. Apple described Animoji as “custom animated messages that use your voice and reflect your facial expressions.”
Which devices support Animoji?
It appears that, for now, the feature is limited to the iPhone X thanks to its more sophisticated front-facing True Depth camera and facial recognition technology.
Anyone with iOS 11 can receive and view Animoji, but to create and share them, you will need an Apple device that can do Face ID. Right now, that’s only the iPhone X.