WhatsApp is the most popular messaging platform on the internet. The application-based service has included various other services such as video and voice calls along with the recently launched WhatsApp Payments feature.
The introduction of stickers has revolutionized the way we chat, with people from all age groups making use of the feature resulting in interesting conversations. As an alternative to Emojis, Stickers offer various creative ways you can deliver your message. They range from simple image-based emoji-like stickers to animated ones like GIFs.
Stickers for WhatsApp are available for download from the WhatsApp Sticker Store. The app developers work on new sticker packs all the time, with the latest release adding six more packs.
The six downloadable sticker packs are as follows:
- Egg and Chup
- Realistic Rabbit
- Betakkuma 2
- Square Cheese’s Daily Life
- Woman Cactus
- A burdensome Pigeon named Eagle
If you want to download these sticker packs, just press the emoji button and find the name of the pack you want to download. WhatsApp previously released three sticker packs – one for Earth Day 2021, COVID-19 Vaccine, and Ramadan. Here is a video tutorial on how to use and send stickers on WhatsApp:
They are only 5MB in size so it won’t more than a couple of mins for you to download them. The company recently announced through Twitter that they are enabling users to view enlarged photos and videos in the chat window so you don’t have to view them in shared media every time. This feature to view enlarged photos and videos is already available on iOS and is rolling out to Android users in the meantime.