A new creation option 'Stickers was spotted in a beta of the latest desktop appWhatsApp. When rolled out on a larger scale, that will mean you no longer need to rely on third-party apps or sticker packs. In other words, if you like the idea of turning your wedding photo into a sticker to share in chats, go for it.
The new sticker maker has been shared for first time on Twitter by Mukul Sharma:
Of course, most of the communication takes place in apps messaging is text - at least in chats that one doesn't make video calls, but emoji also play an important role in conveying ideas and feelings. More recently, apps like WhatsApp have introduced stickers to take emoji to the next level as a medium of expression.
WhatsApp includes a decent range of built-in stickers, and you canadd to your collection by installing sticker packs. These can be free or paid, but you might have had a hard time finding the sticker packs y ou really like. It appears that WhatsApp has quietly presented an answer to your prayers.
If you are already panicking about your design skills, don't worry. The sticker maker is easy to use and looks a lot like a simple editor. images like the ones you're probably already used to.
You can quickly import an image from your computer and use the editing tools to crop the most interesting part of the shot. familiar tools for rotating images, ajouter text and draw on it, and add shapes and other elements.
WhatsApp users have requested the ability to create stickers. At this time, it is not possible to say when the sticker maker will exit beta testing and be made available to more people. It is also not possible to say when or if the tool will land on mobile platforms - although it is difficult to imagine that it remains exclusive to the desktop application. But stay with us: we'll keep you informed of any new developments.