If you always use Emoji symbols wherever you can, then you definitely love Memoji. Unfortunately, not every app has access to Memoji Stickers. But I know how to fix it. In this article, I’ll show you how to save Memoji Stickers as PNG image. Let’s begin.
I often add emoji symbols to my videos, for my YouTube channel. Emotions are not always visible or you need to focus on something, so emoji are helping. But Memoji do it more better, because Memoji it is your face with emotions. But how to add Memoji if they are available not in all applications, for example, they cannot be accessed from FCP on MacBook. I know how to add emoji, but Memoji is different. If you take a screen-shot, the Memoji will be on a colored background, this is also not that you need. But I know a way how you can save Memoji as PNG image on a transparent background. By saving the Memoji as PNG image you can use them everywhere :)
Note! If you don’t know how to use emoji symbols on your iMac or MacBook without a touch bar, then read my article here.
Saving Memoji Stickers as PNG image is a really simple process. For this, we need to follow few simple steps. Now let’s get started :)
Go to the
Notes app on your iPhone or iPad.
New Notes. Then click on the
emoji symbol in the lower left corner.
From the list of Memoji, choose the one you want to save (the list scrolls to the bottom).
After selecting the Memoji symbol that you need, click on the
Cross, and then click
Now you have a note with a Memoji symbol, that you can save to your photo library as image. Click on
Three dots in the upper right corner. Then click on
Send a Copy.
Save image. That’s all. You can find your Memoji symbol saved as png image in photo library.
That’s it, you’re done! Now you know how to save Memoji Stickers as PNG image. So simple isn’t it?
I hope this article helped you to learn how to save Memoji Stickers as PNG image. If this article has helped you then please leave a comment
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