Since 2015, apps have been required to run on 64-bit systems to be approved for the App Store, hinting that Apple plans to eventually drop support for 32-bit applications altogether in favor of the 64-bit architecture that was introduced with the iPhone 5s. iOS 10.3 leaves no doubt that this is Apple's intention, as it comes with a tool that identifies 32-bit apps and explicitly says, "these apps may slow down your iPhone and will not work with future versions of iOS if they are not updated.
Bitmoji is an app that allows you to create "your own personal emoji" and use it in a variety of messaging apps. Bitmoji was originally owned by Bitstrips, which was acquired by Snap Inc. (parent of Snapchat) in mid 2016. While it was quickly optimized and integrated with Snapchat, it can be used with other messaging apps, including iMessage. Here's how to install the Bitmoji keyboard on iPhone and use it in iMessage:
Adding the Bitmoji keyboard
With all the bells and whistles Clips has to offer, including Title Cards, overlays, filters, Live Titles, and editing tools, it would still be lacking if it didn't let you add music to your videos. A social media app like Clips has to have music if it's going to compete or share media with the likes of Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook, so of course Apple wasn't going to leave that out. Clips lets you add a soundtrack from a built-in library of themes or add music from your own library. Here's how to do it:
Whenever you tap the share button a two tiered "Activities" menu opens that gives you a variety of sharing options. Depending on what type of object you intend to share (photo, music, Notes, files, etc.), default options like AirDrop, Messages, Mail, AirPlay, Duplicate, Copy, etc. will come up. Some may not be aware, however, that the menu is customizable - you can add other options like Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, iCloud Drive, Dropbox and more. This makes sharing a lot easier than opening up individual apps and then accessing your photos/files in order to share them.