If you have an iPhone X or later, there's a nice feature called Animoji (short for animated emoji) that can help you improve your emoji game by one level. Here's how it works:
Animoji uses the phone's front camera to track your facial expressions, then translates them into different characters on the screen to bring them to life. You can choose between different creatures like a cat, a dog, a chicken, a dinosaur or a unicorn or create your own memoji that looks exactly like you. How to Start:
Access to Animoji
Animoji is essentially an iMessage app, so you can access it through the Messages app. Start by opening a conversation in messages and then tapping the button below with a monkey face.
This calls Animoji so you can use it.
The first animoji to appear is the monkey character. You can, however, scroll to the right and choose between different characters. Your iPhone keeps track of your facial expressions and displays them in real-time to the character you select. To start recording a short video, tap the red record button in the lower-right corner of the screen.
You can record videos up to 30 seconds long. To stop recording, simply press the record button again.
To send this shot to your friend, tap the arrow key that replaced the record button. This sends as a kind of animated GIF. If you send it to someone using Android, it will be displayed as the default video.
If you want to send a still image of an animoji instead of a video, tap your animoji at any time. This makes a picture that you can send.
To create a memoji
If you want to create your own memoji that looks the same as yours, swipe left and tap the + button.
This starts with the creation You can be amazingly detailed, thanks to the various options that Apple has provided.
Where "Skin" is, you can scroll to the right to go to the next section of The Creation Process.
When you have finished creating your memoji, click Done in the top right corner.
Your new Memoji is ready!
You can delete a memoji at any time by tapping the ellipses button and clicking "Delete" on the next screen.