Sony Makes Creating Digital Stickers A Snap With Sticker Creator For Xperia Devices

Sony is one of those OEMs that tends to add all kinds of cool stuff to their line up of devices through apps they launch on the Play Store. The latest and greatest applies to any individuals with a Sony Xperia device that have a passion for scrapbooking, and is an app that Sony has released to the Play Store called Sticker Creator. Basically what the app does is allow you to take portions of other photos that you have taken with the camera or stored on your device, and create digital stickers of the selected area, and you can save those stickers for later use in applying them on top of other photos. It seems like a pretty cool and unique little way to make your pictures more fun.

If you're someone that likes to play with and tweak their photos to make them more lively, and you own an Xperia device, you can add this to the list of specialized photo apps that Sony has put out onto the Play Store to enhance them in a number of different ways. Like all the other Sony camera apps, once you have installed Sticker Creator(which essentially acts as an add-on to the camera)you just simply open up the camera and you can chose Sticker Creator from the selection of camera plug ins. Stickers are easy to create from this point as all you have to do is select whether you want to use an already existing photo or capture a new one to use.

Once you have the photo that you want to use you just simply enclose the area that you want to use for the sticker, and you can even add fun things like border effects around them before you save it. When you have the sticker all finished, you can go back into the camera viewfinder, open up Sticker Creator and choose photo mode, and then apply the stickers to existing or newly captured images. It should go without saying but you can also adjust the size of the sticker and the placement so you get things in just the right spot. The app is free, and open to any and all interested Sony Xperia device users with no listed restrictions on what Xperia models are compatible, just that you need to be running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and up.

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