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Friday, 15 September 2017

Do you like the Animojis of the iPhone X? You already have Snapchat!

Snapchat has updated its application for iOS and Android with the introduction of Bitmojis for its section of World Lenses. This new feature allows users to create customizable emojis and use them thanks to augmented reality so that they can interact with them.

The new Bitmojis will be present in the World Lenses augmented reality section, from which you can add 3D objects with very realistic effects that take into account the surroundings of your photographs and videos.

Snapchat has updated its application with the Bitmojis just after Apple introduced its Animojis , animated emojis that perfectly mimic the user's facial expressions. But Snapchat had already introduced the Bitmojis during the summer after its acquisition of Bitstrips company.

In the following images you will see how the Bitmojis of the last update of Snapchat work. It is a very fun functionality that gives a lot of play when expressing your emotions and thoughts to your friends and family.

Snapchat allows you to apply different effects of activities to your Bitmojis , such as the character who is doing yoga in the screenshots, and also allows you to record and share content just like in traditional Snaps.
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If you want to try the new Snapchat Bitmojis on your iPhone you can get the application completely free from the following download button that will automatically redirect you to the iOS App Store:
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On the other hand, Apple also wanted to present some masking filters that will arrive at Snapchat with the new iPhone X , taking advantage of its facial recognition features.

Augmented reality technology is in vogue, and can completely change the way we use the iPhone and any other smartphone on the market. Little by little, the different companies and developers will be implementing many more functions thanks to the ARKit platform of augmented reality.

Via | 9to5mac 

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