iOS 13 Announced Memojis for iPhone WhatsApp Users

iOS 13 Announced Memojis for iPhone WhatsApp Users

The Memoji like stickers are now available in the stable build of WhatsApp for iOS users.

iPhone WhatsApp users get Memojis from iOS 13.WhatsApp got inspired by Apple's Memojis and brought Memoji stickers for WhatsApp for iOS users. WhatsApp was testing the Memoji stickers for quite some time in beta version. The Memoji stickers are now available in the stable build of WhatsApp for iOS. The latest WhatsApp 2.19.100 update gets this feature for iPhone users.

iPhone users need to update the WhatsApp app to get the Memoji stickers. To update the app, the users have to go to the App store. Be connected to Wifi network and then install the update as often the file sizes are big and need a lot of data.

Follow these steps to get Memoji sticker on WhatsApp:

 Go to the App Store and update WhatsApp application

 The Memoji stickers come with WhatsApp for iOS version 2.19.100.

 Open the WhatsApp application after installing the update.

 Open a chat and click on the sticker icon next to the text box

 To add new Memoji sticker pack click on the '+' icon

 The Memoji stickers will appear on the sticker library

 Select your favourite one, and you're good to go

At present, there are no reports will the users be able to customise the Memoji stickers in their way or not. Mostly stickers can't be personalised, and we assume a similar case with the Memoji stickers. In addition to the Memoji stickers, the latest WhatsApp 2.19.100 version brings play voice messages directly from the notification prompts feature.

A few months ago, WhatsApp said it would stop working on some iPhone users from February 1, 2020. This will happen for iPhones running on iOS 8. The FAQ page of WhatsApp notes, "On iOS 8, you can no longer create new accounts or re-verify existing accounts." WhatsApp platform also announced that Android users on version 2.3.7 and older will be no longer able to create new WhatsApp profiles and can use WhatsApp until February 1, 2020.

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