Facebook Released Stickered For Messenger App; Take Full Advantage Of Messenger's Stickers


Messaging apps are dime a dozen on Google Play Store these days. Different people prefer different things, some use Whatsapp, others Viber and some rely on Facebook's messaging solution, Messenger. This may vary on region or just the crowd you're hanging out with, people I'm in social contact in, tend to use Facebook's Messenger service most often and the region I live in is to blame I guess. Many people really dislike this app, many of them just because it's Facebook's offspring, but the app itself works great, at least in my case. I've been using Facebook Messenger for a long time now and have had only a couple of minor problems with it, nothing major. As I said, some people like it, others don't, and that's perfectly fine.

Either way, Facebook has just released an app which is kind of an extension to Facebook's Messenger app (you'll need the Messenger app in order to use it), the app is called "Stickered for Messenger". This app basically lets you take full advantage of the stickers which are available within the Messenger app, those anime-like image or animations which you can download and send to your contacts. Via the "Stickered for Messenger" app you can actually place those stickers on top of other images, whether we're talking images you've downloaded, your photos… it doesn't matter. You can even apply them on top of your photos in real time, in other words, before you snap a photo. The usual drag, pinch, stretch and rotate stickers options are available of course, and you can also add captions to them. After you're done editing your images, you can send them to your Facebook contacts / friends.


This app might seem completely useless to many people, but younger folk will definitely find this extremely, well, useful is a strong word, I'd rather go with "interesting" or "fun". Either way, for those of you interested in checking out this app, you can download it via the source link down below. You can also check out a couple of images in the gallery down below beforehand.

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