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Apple brings Memoji and Animoji to its Clips video creation app

It's also adding Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse stickers.
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Memoji and Animoji haven't seen much outside of Messages since Apple introduced them, but you'll be able to get a bit more out of your creations. Apple is bringing them to its Clips video app.

You'll be able to add stickers, animated text, filters and more to Memoji and Animoji. Memoji you create in Messages will automatically appear in Clips. You can change Animoji characters in a video even after you've recorded it. Apple has improved the AR functions of Clips too, so emoji, animated stickers and objects such as sunglasses can follow your face as you move around.

Elsewhere, the updated Clips app includes seven Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse stickers, along with a Let It Snow poster. It also adds support for left-to-right languages such as Arabic and Hebrew.

Apple debuted Clips for iPhone and iPad a couple of years back in an under-the-radar fashion. The update might give you more reasons to use it, as well as getting more out of your Memoji and Animoji.

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