How to Use Bitmoji on Your Mac

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Are you ready to make your Mac, even more, fun and expressive? With Bitmoji for Mac, you can now add personalized emojis of yourself to your messages, emails, documents, and more. The Bitmoji Mac app is a great way to express your feelings, add some fun to your conversations, and even create customized designs for everything from business cards to t-shirts!

With the Bitmoji Mac app, you can easily create personalized emojis of yourself or anyone else that you know. You can select from a variety of skin colors, hairstyles, clothing options, and more. You can also customize the facial expressions and poses of your Bitmoji to reflect your own emotions or the mood of the conversation.

Once you’ve created your perfect Bitmoji, it’s easy to add them to any message or document. Just click and drag the image into any text field or document with an image editor like Preview on Mac. You can also copy and paste them into any text field or email body.

Integrating Bitmoji with Gmail is also easy with the Bitmoji Chrome Extension. This extension allows you to quickly insert stickers directly into Gmail messages without leaving the page and makes it easy to stay in touch with friends while having a bit of fun.

If you want to take things even further, why not try animating yourself with Memoji? With Memoji on iPhone X or later models as well as 11-inch iPad Pro or third-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, you can create a live cartoon version of yourself that is sure to make your friends laugh!

So why not try out Bitmoji for Mac today? It’s a great way to express yourself in an entertaining way while still being professional at work or in conversations with friends!

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Can Bitmoji Be Accessed on Mac Computers?

Yes, you can get Bitmoji on Mac. To do so, you’ll need to download and install the Bitmoji for Chrome extension from the Chrome Web Store. Once installed, you’ll be able to access your Bitmoji anytime directly inside Chrome. You can also integrate Gmail Bitmoji directly by signing in with your Gmail account and adding it as an extension.

Downloading Apple Bitmoji

If you have an Apple device, you can download the Bitmoji app from the App Store. Once it’s installed, open the app and log in or create a new account. Afterward, go to your device’s Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard and select Bitmoji. You should now see a Bitmoji icon on your keyboard whenever you type. Tap this icon to access all of your personalized Bitmojis.

Installing Memoji on a Mac

To install Memoji on your Mac, open the Messages app and click the App Store icon at the top of the window. To the left of the field at the bottom of the window, click the Apps button, then select the Memoji Stickers button. Click the Add button (for your first Memoji) or More button, then follow the onscreen instructions to create and customize your Memoji. You will start with selecting your skin tone and end with choosing clothes for your Memoji. Once you are finished customizing, click Done to save it. Your Memoji will now be available in Messages for you to share!

Adding Bitmoji to Google Slides on a Mac

To add your Bitmoji to Google Slides on a Mac, you first need to download the Bitmoji Chrome extension. Once installed, click the Bitmoji icon on your browser bar and select the desired Bitmoji. Then, right-click the image and select “Copy Image” from the menu. Next, open Google Slides and paste the image into your slide by pressing Command+V. Finally, you can resize and position the Bitmoji as needed.


In conclusion, Bitmoji is a great way to add some personality and fun to your conversations. Whether you’re on an iPhone or Mac, you can access Bitmoji with the Chrome Extension and integrate them into Gmail. With Memoji, you can also animate your own face and look like a cartoon character! To get started with Bitmoji on Mac, just add the Chrome Extension and you’ll be ready to go.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.