Animoji is a very fun feature in iMessage on newer iPhones, but you can also send Animoji to friends and family members who do not have iMessage – or even an iPhone for that matter.
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When you send an Animoji to another iPhone user, it is optimized to appear as an animated GIF file with audio , However, it's really nothing more than a video, so you can send Animoji to anyone, whether you're using an iPhone or an Android device. Even better is that you do not have to do anything else to send an Animoji Someone who does not use iMessage or has no iPhone. The only difference you'll notice is that text messages show green instead of blue.
What does it look like? Android users receiving an Animoji receive it as a typical video through their SMS app.
The user can then tap on it to expand the video to the entire screen and play it.
As you may have noticed, the quality is severely compromised, and the Animoji looks pretty blocky and pixelated – it's pretty clear that Animoji is being sent to Android users, but not ideal ,
If you ever want to send an animoji to a friend or family member using Android, it's best to send it as a still image instead of an animated GIF / Video. Overall, the quality is much better. To do this, do not touch the record button when creating an animoji, but tap the animoji character to create a still picture, and then send it. The picture will look much better than the video.
At this time, of course, it's not an animoji, but a normal emoji that's bigger and more detailed. Animoji is not just limited to iPhone users, but the experience on a device other than an iOS device leaves something to be desired.