Since Apple introduced the Animoji and Memoji, more human-looking emojis have not "left" messages. But this Friday the apple company announced several new features, ensuring the integration of the "new emojis" into the video editing app it created in 2017, Apple Clips.
THE update available from today will allow users to add stickers, animated text, filters and other things to Memoji and Animoji, and the emoji created in the messages will automatically appear in the Apple app. But don't worry, you'll be able to change Animoji's characters in a video, even after you record it.
More stickers, more animation
In addition, the apple company has also ensured that it has enhanced the app's augmented reality functions so that emojis, animated stickers and objects like sunglasses can follow the user's face while moving.
In the new update, the Apple Clips app includes seven stickers from Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, plus a short animation titled Let It Snow.
Apple Clips was created in 2017 and initially text, effects and emojis were some of the tricks that the app had up its sleeve. But now you may have one more reason to use the app.