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WhatsApp Adds Stickers to iOS & Android

Oct 31, 2018

WhatsApp has added Stickers in the latest update to both iOS and Android. This is great news for the Facebook-owned company because people have been asking for this for a while now. WhatsApp is actually one of the most popular messaging apps out there, so it was always curious that Stickers were not added sooner. WhatsApp has been adding a ton of features lately, including adding GIFs and emojis. We have all of the latest information about the new WhatsApp update so keep reading to learn more.

WhatsApp Brings Stickers to iOS & Android

We are definitely excited to tell you about the Stickers that have been added to the WhatsApp Android and iOS apps. It has been a long time coming because people have been requesting the Stickers feature for a long time now. WhatsApp has been getting more features regularly, which is great news since it is one of the most popular messaging apps out these days. Stickers has been one of the features that was left out of previous updates, which has always puzzled us.

Now, we are happy to report that the Stickers feature has finally been added to both the iOS app and Android app version of WhatsApp. If you have not used this feature before, they are a great addition for a conversation because it is graphical. You can have all kinds of fun with this new feature.

It is a great way to show how you feel but without using a regular emoji. The best part is that it is super easy to find the new Stickers feature on both mobile platforms. We are going to tell you how you can get the Stickers feature on WhatsApp below, so read on to learn how easy it is to find.

WhatsApp Stickers Feature on iOS & Android Easy to Find

It is super easy to find the Stickers feature on the WhatsApp Android and iOS app. The first step you need to take is to get into the chat where you want to use the new feature. You will then need to look for the emoji icon, which is usually next to the text field. Click on this emoji icon and you will see the options for the new Sticker feature, along with the normal GIFs and emojis. You will then see various packs that you can download.

Just download the ones you want, and the ones you end up using the most will be displayed first. There are a lot of categories to choose from, so you will have to go through there to find the ones you want. The packs themselves are from WhatsApp designers, but you can find other artists too in the collection. Third-party developers can even use the Stickers API to create their own Stickers.

The third-party developers can them publish their creations on Apple’s App Store or Google Play Store. This would allow other users to download them and use them in conversations too. We love how there are many different Sticker packs you can choose from. If you are a developer, then you will love how you can use the Stickers API to create your own, and then upload them so others can enjoy them too!

WhatsApp Stickers Feature First in Beta

You might have noticed the new feature for WhatsApp, because it was first added to the beta version of WhatsApp. If you are running the newest beta update, then you should have the Stickers feature. On iOS, you will find that the version number is 2.18.100.

If you are running on Android the version number is 2.18.329. During the next several days, the new feature and new update will roll out as a stable release on both iOS and Android. You might have already received the official new WhatsApp update which contains the new feature.

In the comments below, we want to know what you think of the new Stickers feature itself. Are you happy that the Stickers feature has finally come to the WhatsApp iOS and Android apps? Has it surprised you that it took this long to get this feature on the Facebook-owned app? What other features are you wishing would come to WhatsApp in the near future? If you use another messaging app instead of WhatsApp, tell us in the comments below what app you use. Do you like the one you are using better than WhatsApp or is there another reason you chose it over WhatsApp?