What you need to know
- On TrueDepth iPhones and iPad Pro, you can now use Memoji and Animoji in Clips.
- Stickers and Emoji can now also use TrueDepth to follow facial movements.
- New "Let it Snow" poster and seven new Mickey and Minnie stickers.
- Right-to-left language support for Arabic and Hebrew.
Apple has just pushed out an update to Clips, the company's social video app that lets you quickly, easily, create and share through iMessage, Instagram, Snapchat, or any other way you like.
Here's what's new:
- A "Let it Snow" poster that beautifully captures the feeling of winter weather.
- Seven new Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse stickers.
- Support for right-to-left languages including Arabic and Hebrew.
I'm still waiting on non-square video formats. I'd love at least 1080p 16:9, 2:1, and some vertical format for Insta. But, baby steps.
Let me know how you like it and link me your Clips!
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