If you are a fan of Memoji and you use the Messages app on your Mac, then you've probably been disappointed that it has always lagged so far behind its iOS version and doesn't have Memoji (along with a lot of other features). Finally macOS Big Sur addresses this, bringing Messages for macOS up to par with its iOS companion. Now you can create Memoji on your Mac and share them as stickers (though you still can't record yourself as a Memoji and send it). Here's how:
Apple Memoji clothes are white by default. But your Memoji doesn't have to stay this way. Much like everything else on a Memoji, the color of its shirt can be changed.
Follow these steps to change your Memoji shirt color:
Memoji on the iPhone and iPad continue to gain new options for personalization. Due to the ongoing global pandemic, Apple has added face coverings to the mix with iOS 14. Now your Memoji can sport a unique face mask to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Once a face covering is added, all of the Memoji expressions are masked automatically.
Apple has added several new face coverings, hair and headwear styles to Memojis in iOS 14. The new features are to help iPhone and iPad users to reflect a variety of different religions, hobby, profession, and personalities. You can learn how to create a new Memoji here, and how to edit an existing Memoji here, but first, check out some of the new features coming in iOS 14.
If Messages is your goto text messaging app, then you are likely aware of "tapback responses" - the thumbs up/down, heart, "haha", exclamations and question mark stickers that you can respond to messages with. In addition to these stickers, you can respond to messages with Memoji stickers as well. Here's how to do it on iPhone and iPad: