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Here’s How to download and send new WhatsApp stickers on Android and iOS and start sending them to people.

Here's How to download and send new WhatsApp stickers on Android and iOS and start sending them to people.

Here’s How to download and send new WhatsApp stickers on Android and iOS and start sending them to people.

WhatsApp new stickers: Facebook-owned popular messaging platform WhatsApp recently released six new sticker packs for both Android and iOS users which includes Egg And Chup, Realistic Rabbit, Betakkuma 2, Square Cheese’s Daily Life, Woman Cactus, and A Burdensome Pigeon Named Eagle.

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These new stickers can be found on the app’s sticker store. For that, users will be required to tap on the emoji button and then choose the sticker icon from the bottom tray. This new update comes right after WhatsApp recently launched sticker packs for Earth Day 2021, Ramadan, and Covid-19 vaccine as well.

Here’s How to download and send new WhatsApp stickers on Android and iOS and start sending them to people.

First users need to open WhatsApp on their Android or iOS device. then open the chat window you want to send the stickers to. It can also be a WhatsApp Group. On iOS, tap on the sticker icon next to the type box. You will see both the GIFs and stickers option; tap the latter. Now, select the “+” icon, following which you will see the “COVID-19” pack. You just have the tap the download option and you are good to go

On Android, tap on the emoji icon and select the stickers option. Following this, tap on the “+” icon, download the new sticker pack, and it’s done. Once the new “Stand up for Earth” WhatsApp Sticker pack is installed, you can easily start sending them to people by selecting the chat > tapping on the sticker icon > going for your stickers, and finally sending the ones found in the new pack. This is similar for both Android and iOS.

Meanwhile, WhatsApp has introduced new features to make the experience much better. The news feature comes with the ability to view photos and videos fully in a chat.

The Facebook-owned WhatsApp made an announcement through micro-blogging platform Twitter. “Photos and videos in WhatsApp are now even bigger, so no one will be left out of the picture! That’s the perfect reason to smile,” the company wrote from Twitter.

The new WhatsApp update, version 2.21.80, now allows you to get a bigger preview of photos and videos in a chat window. This allows for convenient usage without the need for you to tap on the shared media and view it separately. The feature was announced previously for iOS and has now reached all WhatsApp users (both Android and iOS).

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