With the Christmas holidays just around the corner, Facebook wanted to give its users a little Santa surprise and launched their brand new Facebook Stickered app. This is a special app for Facebook Messenger that lets users play with their photos and add emoticon stickers on their snapshots, literally.
Facebook Stickered app includes 52 emoticon categories for users to choose from. These categories include the famous Pikachu, Burgerhead or Teletubbies. The app has a “Like” button and many other features, like a “Dislike” thumb. The Facebook users can play with the stickers, dragging, pinching, stretching and rotating them on the chosen photos.
Facebook Stickered app doesn’t require a Facebook login, is ad-free and and is available for download from the Google Play Store for all Android devices. The app will be available for iOS devices as soon as possible and can be downloaded from the Apple store.
Facebook Stickered app is not a standalone mobile app and users will need to have the Facebook Messenger app in order to send photos to their Facebook friends. User can add captions and can apply the funny stickers before even taking the photos, by using the app’s built-in camera. The app allows its users to decorate the pictures from their existing galleries and can apply as many stickers as they want to them.
The experts are wondering why did Facebook introduced a separate app for this Stickered features, when it could have been integrated in their Messenger app. Lars month, Facebook Messenger app reached a new record of more than 500 million users.
Facebook tested its new app for a while now by adding the stickers to Facebook comments. It announced the Facebook Stickered app in October and said the stickers could be used on Timelines, Events and Groups.
Rumor has it that Facebook is working on a new Messenger feature that will allow users to send money from their debit cards. It’s supposed to be an easy-to-use money transfer feature introduced within the Facebook Messenger app.
The upcoming money transfer app will probably resemble the Cash app from Square but Facebook hasn’t made any official statements regarding this new feature.
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