Recently while I was scanning through Android apps in the Snap store I came across FaceQ which instantly attracted my attention. FaceQ is a free application for creating avatars and I kind of like apps like that.
As usual with Android apps I took a quick look in Google Play to check out the reviews and I'm pleased to say that FaceQ has had over 45,000 five star ones so it must be doing something right.
As you will see in the above video, the app is very straightforward to use. You have your avatar filling the top half of the display and below that are a strip of features you can alter. These range from hair and skin to speech bubbles and hand gestures - so there's a ton of customization available.
There's a share option but as we are using an Android app this is useless to us on BlackBerry 10. Fear not though as you can save the image to your photo gallery and if you then want to share it you can do so via any accounts you have in your BlackBerry Hub.
The app works a treat on my Z30. I've not had the chance to test it out on a Q series BlackBerry so if you do please sound off in the comments if all is good or not?
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