FaceQ Review on iOS

faceq_iconEverybody loves Emojis to express their emotions and how they are feeling and the latest fad are stickers that do the same thing, but are usually more detailed and neat looking their your average Emojis. However, for those who want something even more personalized that they can use to express themselves with, you should really check out FaceQ by Miantan Studios. FaceQ is an app that not only allows anyone to create custom avatars of themselves, but you can use these avatars to express emotions and show what activities your are doing.


The heart of FaceQ is the ability to create avatars of yourself. Unlike other avatar creation apps I’ve tried using in the past, FaceQ has a ton of different options for every facial feature, hair, clothing, and even accessories. There are even options for what you can have your hands do, the ability to add talk bubbles, and you can choose different backgrounds. The neatest thing though is that after you create your avatar, there is actually a section that has predefined face types for emotions. It’s hard to explain what these do, but they basically replace the face you’ve made with these anime like facial expressions to show emotion. Some are really funny, but they are all well done and allow you to add emotions without destroying the underlying design of your avatar.

Once you’ve created your avatar, you can use it and send it to all your favorite social networks and messaging apps. Just tap the share button and a huge list of social networks shows up you can share too as well as iMessages and other chat apps.

What’s amazing though is all of this is free with no in-app purchases. Most of the other apps I’ve used require some kind of in-app to unlock extra customization options, but not this one. FaceQ seems to be always updating itself with new options and features. In fact right before finishing this review, FaceQ had a rather large update that added a whole bunch of new items you could use to customize.

The only negative of the app I have is that I wish there was a way to resize some elements as well as being able to reposition some of the facial features. That would make certain aspects even more customizable.

Overall, FaceQ is probably the best avatar creation app I’ve use on iOS. There are enough options in there that anyone should be able to make an accurate representation of themselves using the app.

App Store Link: FaceQ
Version: 3.3.0
Developer: Miantan Studios
Price: Free
Compatible Devices: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.


FaceQ(MYOTee) is a very fun and powerful avartar maker.Even if you donnot know how to draw,you can still easily create your own cartoon avartar by combining various face parts.

[Source: App Store]

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