Bitmoji is your own personal emoji.
• Create an expressive cartoon avatar
• Choose from a huge library of stickers – all featuring YOU
• Use Bitmoji in Snapchat, iMessage and wherever else you chat
Using Bitmoji in Snapchat unlocks friendmoji – 2-person bitmojis featuring you and your friends!
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* Fixed bugs and enhanced overall functionality.
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Bitmoji Reviews (20)
I really want it to be part of my keyboard but im having difficulty perhaps cause my phone is android. It's working fine keyboard wise for my friend with iPhone. If anyone can help please do! 😊
I miss the old bitstrips/bitmoj
How do I get it to be long hair
I can't change the hair style :(
What do you use to record the screen and your voice?
The snooze button on Chuck Norris' alarm sets back time two hours
Can you figure out a way to remove or change headwear in the android bitmoji app? I selected an outfit with a hat, and now it won't come off, even if I change my outfit! The iphone version has more clothing options, and has "headwear" and "hair accessories" categories, but I can't find them on my android version!
I recommend you to take care of the minutes: for hours will take care of themselves.
Bitstrips is a media and technology company based in Toronto, Canada. It develops and operates Bitmoji, a mobile application that allows users to create personalized avatars and use them in messaging applications. As of March 2016, Bitstrips has been operating as a subsidiary of Snap Inc. Bitmoji was integrated into Snapchat in July 2016. Bitstrips Inc. was founded in 2008 by Jacob Blackstock, David Kennedy, Shahan Panth, Dorian Baldwin, and Jesse Brown. The company's web application, Bitstrips.com, allowed users to create comic strips using personalized avatars, and preset templates and poses. Brown and Blackstock explained that the service was meant to enable self-expression without the need to have artistic skills. Bitstrips was first presented in 2008 at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, and the service later piloted and launched a version designed for use as educational software. The service achieved increasing prominence following the launch of versions for Facebook and mobile platforms. In 2014, Bitstrips launched a spin-off app known as Bitmoji, which allows users to create personalized stickers for use in messaging apps. In July 2016, Snapchat announced that it had acquired the company; the Bitstrips comic service was shut down, but Bitmoji remains operational and was subsequently given greater integration with Snapchat itself.. Android (Operating System), Mobile Application Software (Industry), bitmoji, bitstrips, app, customization, avatar,
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