WhatsApp New Feature Rolling Out Soon: It Will Change The Chatting Method

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WhatsApp has started rolling the sticker for the Android and iOS apps available in the Beta channel. Stickers are now available on WhatsApp Beta for WhatsApp on Android version 2.18.329 and iOS version 2.18.100. In addition to texts, audio and emoji, to provide more options for communicating, the Facebook-owned app was rumored to work on a sticker for a long time. Whatsapp stickers will be available under Emoji icons next to Emoji and GIF.

WhatsApp New Feature

Whatsapp stickers are limited to up to 12 packs so far, which are preloaded in updates, however, there is an add button to allow more stickers to be purchased from the Google Play Store and App Store on the related platform. Some stickers pack includes 'Cuppy', 'Salted', 'Como', 'Bibimbap Friends', 'Shiba Inu', 'Hatch', 'Banana' and 'Biscuit'. Unlike all available on rival platforms like WeChat and Line, all stickers are free of charge.

Users can send WhatsAppSet stickers in a personal chat or group chat - stickers will be visible to recipients, even though their WhatsApp app has not been updated to the latest version. However, they will be able to send the stickers only after receiving the latest version. When bulk or continuously is sent, the whitespace sticker will group a message into the blob, which will show four sticker thumbnails while the other will remain hidden. This is the same as Whatsapp is related to many photos or videos sent together.


It is not clear yet when WhatsApp Stickers will roll for static construction. However, after considering what timetables are meant to deliver Beta features to the stable channel, WhatsApp should not take more time to roll stickers for everyone for WhatsApp. To be remembered, WhatsApp has also tested holiday mode, silent mode and linked accounts for Android, iOS and Windows Phone users.

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