iOS 10 users have had their own sticker packs on iMessage for the past year, now Android Users will now be able to download or install stickers, which is now show up in a separate tab. Google’s latest Gboard Google for Android update is currently rolling out worldwide.
‘Once you’ve updated Gboard (Google keyboard emoji), download some sticker packs (likes of Disney Princesses, Garfield, Google Allo selfie stickers, Hello Kitty, Mickey Mouse, NBAmoji, and Star Wars among others). And Google emoji keyboard has a plus (+) button in the corner, it will take you to the sticker store, where you can find new ways to communicate without words. This will work in “any app that supports image pasting”, says Google or the Bitmoji app from the Play Store. Then, whenever you’re using Gboard Google to chat or type, just tap on the emoji button then either the sticker button or the Bimoji button to easily search and share your favorite stickers and Bitmoji.’