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WhatsApp rolls out six new sticker packs

WhatsApp has added six new sticker packs to its collection, and it's available for all users on Android and iOS. 

FILE PHOTO: The WhatsApp messaging application is seen on a phone screen August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: The WhatsApp messaging application is seen on a phone screen August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/File Photo (REUTERS)

WhatsApp has released six new sticker packs for all users. The new WhatsApp sticker packs are available on both Android and iOS. The latest sticker pack collection includes Egg And Chup, Realistic Rabbit, Betakkuma 2, Square Cheese’s Daily Life, Woman Cactus and A Burdensome Pigeon Named Eagle.

WhatsApp users on Android and iOS can find the new sticker packs from the app’s sticker store. To find any of the sticker packs, users can first tap on the emoji button, and then select the sticker icon from the bottom tray. Then select the “+” icon to see the full list of sticker packs. The first six sticker packs in the list will be the newly released ones, and will also have the “new” tag beside the title. Users can tap on the arrow button to download the sticker packs. Once the sticker packs are downloaded, they will be visible in the sticker section of the app.

The new additions come shortly after WhatsApp launched sticker packs for Earth Day 2021, Ramadan, and Covid-19 vaccine as well.

In related news, WhatsApp added a new feature that makes it easier to view photos and videos in chats. WhatsApp now shows photos and videos in full view as opposed to the cropped view it showed previously. With the new update, WhatsApp will display the entire photo within the chat itself so you won’t have to see a cropped version. This applies to videos sent on WhatsApp chats as well. The new change is now available to all WhatsApp users globally.

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