WhatsApp launches its personalized avatars, with 36 sticker models

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WhatsApp launches This Wednesday, Meta launched personalized avatars on WhatsApp, which can now be sent and received in the form of 'stickers' --with a total of <strong>36 models created from an avatar</strong>— both in group and individual chats, or use them as a profile picture.</p><p>The avatars de Meta are customizable virtual characters similar to <strong>Bitmoji </strong>Snapchat or Apple's <strong>Memoji </strong>, and as of now, they can be used on all Meta platforms.</p><p>The company had been working on this format for months for WhatsApp and implementing its corresponding tests through the Android versions, available since October, and iOS, published a few days later.</p><p>As WhatsApp has indicated on its blog, users will be able to create their own personalized avatar using a <strong>wide variety of features </strong>that allow the combination of “various hairstyles, facial features, etc. and clothes”.</p><p>Once the avatar is configured, 36 'stickers' will be generated from it, which reflect different emotions and actions (<strong>smiling, clapping, blowing a kiss, etc.</strong >.). These can be sent to both individual and group chats.</p><p>The avatar will also be able to share them. be used as <strong>profile picture of the platform,</strong> since it simulates a digital version of the user. In addition, WhatsApp has stressed that it will continue to do so. including style updates, such as lighting, shadows, hair textures to improve the avatar.</p><p>In this way, the messaging service aims to provide the user with <strong>a form ” It's a quick and fun way” to communicate with your friends and family</strong>, as well as as a tool to convey feelings in another way. “They are also excellent for preserving your privacy, since they represent you without you having to include your photo,” WhatsApp has indicated.</p><p>This implementation of avatars is part of the interest of Meta for developing the metaverse. In addition, the company has been introducing advances such as the possibility of using <strong>avatars in three dimensions (3D) </strong>in some of its applications, such as Facebook.</p>  <script async src=