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Best apps like bitstrips

1.Bitmoji

with in-app purchases
Bitmoji is an app of the family of Bitstrips that allows you to create your personal emoji. Choose from a huge library of stickers and create a cartoon avatar to express yourself in social networks.

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Teen

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Entertainment

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Bitstrips

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  • Tian Ye

    by Tian Ye

    Firstly, I love to post on snapchat and instagram and I love using emoji's to specialize my posts. When I found Bitmoji I was in love with it from the More

  • Adela Olvera

    by Adela Olvera

    No surprise that this would be on top. It IS Bitmoji, after all. The "new Bitstrips" once it got bought by Snap. Less pose options that Bitstrips, but More

2.Comic Page Creator

Free download

Tell your stories with Comic Page Creator, a free and easy app that will transform you into a comic character. Create characters, add objects and text bubbles and share your creation with your friends.

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  • Paul Porter

    by Paul Porter

    Comic Page Creator gives you the ability to tell a story by transforming you and your friends into comic characters, similar to Bitstrips. I found the More

  • Emily Fu

    by Emily Fu

    Easy to use comic creator. It comes with preloaded characters that can be used to tell your comic story. Could use some customization options but over More

3.ComicBook!

Paid: $2.99 with in-app purchases
ComicBook! is an app for making comics that includes 105 layouts, more than 300 stickers and amazing graphic effects. Import images from your library or Flickr, edit them and add texts to tell your story.

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  • Anthony Woods

    by Anthony Woods

    ComicBook! is an awesome app for those looking to make custom short comics. I was looking for something similar to Bitstrips and this app came as clos More

  • Lauren Murray

    by Lauren Murray

    ComicBook is cool if you like reading comics or making your own. I'm not particularly interested in either, so I don't see much use for the app.

4.SuperMii

with in-app purchases

With SuperMii you will be able to create your own comic avatar in just a few steps. Choose your gender, hair, skin and eye color and combine funny accessories. You can share your works with a worldwide community.

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Everyone

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Entertainment

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THE.DEMON

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39.85 MB

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  • Rakesh Malik

    by Rakesh Malik

    Kinda like FaceQ, but easier to navigate around in and there are more options to create your avi @. I made mine look like Wolverine lmao

5.YourMoji

Free download

YourMoji is a free custom emoji keyboard where you can create and edit personal emojis, GIFs, and stickers from your phone that can be sent through your social media and messaging apps such as iMessage, Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp and more. 

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  • Martha Obrien

    by Martha Obrien

    I love how this can be used for iMessage as well as other messaging apps. I'm an iPhone user and it's pretty hard to find compatible apps that isn't made by Apple itself. So thanks for this one!

6.FaceQ

Free download

This app will allow you to create your own cartoon avatar! Just choose what you body parts you want to edit, create avatars with your friends and make them participate in amazing stories.

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Teen

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Entertainment

Publisher:

Lemon, Inc.

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19.92 MB

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  • Anna Hernandez

    by Anna Hernandez

    This is a lot more like bitmoji but I can use these cartoon avatars for my storyboard because they are fully customizable and i can make them look like me and the characters I envision eheh

7.Comic & Meme Creator

Free download
Comic & Meme Creator is a complete app for creating comics, cartoons, and memes. It features a huge gallery of backgrounds, characters, and objects to add to your story. You can directly send it by email or share on social networks.

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  • Charles Reynolds

    by Charles Reynolds

    Mark it down, MadLabs, this is the birth of the next Charles Shultz! I was looking for an app to create comic strips and by golly i think i've found i More

  • Joseph May

    by Joseph May

    When I want to create comics and funny pictures the Comic & Meme Creator is a good app to use on my Android devices. It has a wide variety of clip More

8.Strip Designer

Paid: $3.84

Strip Designer is a comic strip editing app developed by Vivid Apps for iOS devices. The app allows users to create their own storyboards that are inspired by comic strips and pop art.

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9+

Category:

Photo & Video,Lifestyle

Publisher:

Jens Egeblad

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75.83 MB

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  • Dylan Bryant

    by Dylan Bryant

    This app has a unique comic page maker like no other but it hasn't been updated recently although I can admit that the existing features are good enough to make a decent comic strip :)

9.Pixton

Free download
Pixton is an app that lets you create stories on your mobile devices. Choose the background, characters, speech bubbles and it will be ready in just minutes. Use it at work, school or just for fun.

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  • Ismael Calderón

    by Ismael Calderón

    I like reading webcomics and wanted to try to make some myself. My friend uses Bitstrips,;but after researching the options I’m trying with Piston. It More

  • Deborah Johnston

    by Deborah Johnston

    It's a pretty quick app to learn, plus almost everything takes less than 5 minutes to make unless you fuss over every tiny little detail on your stror More

  • Roy Ramos

    by Roy Ramos

    While Pixton is fun to use, its a game changer for customizing your phone's common features.

  • Deborah Carpenter

    by Deborah Carpenter

    This app is okay. I have used better that are more user friendly.

10.StoryboardThat

Paid: $9.99 Varies by plan

StoryboardThat is an online tool that allows you to create storyboards with pre-made templates, as well as graphic organizers, and comics for education, business or personal use. There is a free trial available. 

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  • Kevin Yi

    by Kevin Yi

    Storyboard lets you be your very own storymaker on a comic book platform. Esp useful if you aren't that talented at drawing, like me for example xD Ju More

  • Sophie Daniel null

    by Sophie Daniel null

    I had the same problem. StoryboardThat has a very similar comic creator/editor to Bitstrips, although the social part is nowhere close to the same. Al More

DID YOU KNOW?

Did you know that the most used emoji on Twitter is the "face with tears of joy"? According to Emoji Tracker, people love to use this emoji to express their laughter. Emoji Tracker is a website that tracks all emojis being used on Twitter real time. Emojis are small digital images or icons which are used in text fields to express the writer's emotional attitude in electronic communication. These can also be used to communicate without using words to express the writer's feelings playfully.

Emojis have already existed in 1999, and the first emoji was created in Japan by Shigetaka Kurita. Kurita found his inspiration while watching weather forecasts that used symbols in showing the weather. He also got inspired by the manga which expresses emotions with the use of symbols. It was only in 2012 when emojis were fully embraced because of the release of iOS 6 that features an emoji keyboard. In 2013, the word "Emoji" was added to Oxford Dictionary. As of 2017, the record shows that there are already 2,623 official Unicode emojis, and over 60 million emojis are being sent each day through Facebook Messenger. Meanwhile, the first World Emoji Day was celebrated on July 17, 2014. 

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