Emoji Me Animated Faces
by: Focused Apps LLC • 59.4K
Emoji Me Face Maker is a cute, free tool to quickly make emoji versions of any face. Oh sure, the obvious choice is to make your own first - and there's a handy-dandy selfie cam included in the app just so you can have a side-by-side version to compare with (how else will you decide which emoji-chin is right for you?). But from there, why not make a mom-moji? A best-friend-moji? A Justin-Beiber-moji? The possibilities are endless, more so if you've got a shred of talent for caricatures. Keep your creations and share them in Facebook, Twitter, messengers, wherever - it's easy to copy/paste your emojified face wherever you please. The app offers various expressions (à la Bitmoji) for each face, so your emoji-self can show off a range of feelings from grimacing to flirtatious.
There are zillions of different options for each facial feature, meaning that the emojis really do kind of look like the person you're trying to emulate. The selfie-cam makes a ton of sense, and there's also the option to import a photo from your gallery if you don't have access to snap a quick pic of the person at the moment. Each face is animated, which adds just that touch of je-ne-sais-quoi you've been lacking in your mobile communication.
The selfie-cam is somehow backwards - like a mirror image of how the front camera normally works. It's not as though you need to use it to get the most glamorous shot of yourself ever, but I found it tricky to even line myself up right.
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by Janel , Appszoom
Feb 09, 2016
Design moving emojis that look like you, your friends, and your favorite celebrities!
- Every emoji is moving.
- Choose from different expressions like happy, thumbs up, facepalm...
- Add your own text to the emojis.
- Send via iMessage, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, …
- Over 1 trillion combinations!
Send emojis for free over iMessage, other popular messaging apps, or as a text (MMS). Check if your phone company charges more for an MMS compared to a normal text.