Happy Independence Day 2020: WhatsApp Stickers to download, share with your friends, family

Here's how you can search for and download Independence Day WhatsApp Stickers. 

| Updated on: Aug 20 2022, 22:32 IST
WhatsApp Independence Day stickers.
WhatsApp Independence Day stickers. (WhatsApp/Edited)
WhatsApp Independence Day stickers.
WhatsApp Independence Day stickers. (WhatsApp/Edited)

India is celebrating its 74th Independence Day today. The celebrations will be slightly different this year as with every other occasion due to the pandemic. But there's one popular way everyone can virtually join in the celebrations, and that's through WhatsApp Stickers.

One of its most popular features, WhatsApp Stickers offers a huge array of personalised stickers for different occasions. There are many Independence Day WhatsApp Stickers users can download and share them with their friends and family. If you're wondering how to get WhatsApp Independence Day stickers, just follow these steps.

How to send Independence Day WhatsApp Stickers

Open any chat on WhatsApp.

Tap on the emoji icon in the text bar.

Select the sticker icon which is the third one in the list.

Then click on the ‘+' icon located on top of the available stickers.

Here, you'll find a list of WhatsApp sticker packs.

Scroll down and select the “Get more stickers” option.

You will be redirected to the Google Play Store.

Now type Independence Day WAStickerApp in the search bar.

You'll find a long list of Independence Day WhatsApp Stickers.

You can browse through the list and select the sticker packs you wish to download. Once you install these WhatsApp stickers they will automatically be added to the app. You can then follow the same process to find those Independence Day stickers you downloaded.

Other than WhatsApp, Twitter also has a special emoji for Independence Day as a way of paying homage to the Indian Armed Forces. There's a special Snapchat filter too for Independence Day. And PUBG Mobile fans can take part in the Incredible India event which is part of the 74th Independence Day celebrations.

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First Published Date: 15 Aug, 07:39 IST