Memoji is another way Apple tries to personalize your device, but it also distinguishes itself from rivals. Although Samsung phones have AR Emoji avatars that you can make, the 3D displaysand Samsung barely mentioned the feature when it launched its phones. Google has not come out with its own Memoji competitor, although stand-alone apps such as are still popular for iPhone and Android.
Read on for all the details about what you can do with Memoji.  Apple
Where can you use Apple's Memoji?
Memoji can be used in the messaging, FaceTime, Mail and Notes apps, as well as in your other favorite apps.
All ways you can adjust Memoji
With iOS 13 you have more options for skin colors (including green), hairstyles, facial treatment hair and makeup. There are several tabs that you can switch between to access each category (skin, hairstyle, eyes, etc.). Use the slider on each tab to adjust skin, hair, and makeup colors.
You will also see more accessories such as hats, glasses,earrings, braces and piercings. Personalize your teeth by giving your Memoji an opening, a missing tooth and even braces.
What are Memoji stickers?
Instead of using emoji when you send a message to your friends, you can use your personalized Memoji stickers. After you design your Memoji, your iPhone ($ 999 at Amazon) automatically creates a sticker package that you can use.
Where to find your Memoji stickers
Tap the emoji icon in the Messages app, Mail app or other apps. Your Memoji stickers are on the left. You can also open them via the Memoji icon.
Where will I personalize my Memoji?
In your Messages app, tap the Memoji icon, select the three-dot icon, and then tap New Memoji . If you already have a Memoji, you can edit, duplicate or delete it.
Why don't I see the new customizable options?
You must updateto see the updated Memoji options – make sure you back up your phone first .
Is the Memoji update available on all iPhones?
As long as your device has an A9 chip or higher, you can use it – this means that you must have an iPhoneor a fifth generation iPad.
Originally published earlier this year. Updated to add availability with the iOS 13 update.