How to Add and Use Stickers in Messages on iOS 10
iOS 10 allows you to add stickers to iMessage, read this guide to learn how to use stickers in iOS 10 Message app.
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Apple’s latest iOS 10 update adds a plenty of fun new features to Message app, including bubble effects, apps, Digital Touch, Emoji Tapback, and stickers. However, not everyone knows how any of this works, and you may want to know how to add stickers to your iMessage? Just read on!
Part 1. How to Add Stickers to Messages on iOS 10
You can get Stickers directly in Message app on your iOS 10 device, and here is how:
Step 1. Open Messages and go to an old thread or create a new one.
Step 2. Tap the App Store icon next to the input area.
Step 3. Tap the four-dot icon in the bottom left > Click on the Store icon
Step 4. Now you can search stickers you like and tap Get to install it.
How to Add Stickers to Messages on iOS 10
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Part 2. How to Send Stickers in iMessages on iOS 10
You can send a sticker by tapping it or just drag it to a message bubble.
Step 1. Open a message thread, and tap the App Store icon.
Step 2. Swipe to view stickers. Select a sticker you want to send.
Step 3. Tap the sticker and click the Up Arrow to send. Or you can just press the sticker and drag it to a message bubble, photo or existing sticker.
How to Send Stickers in iMessages on iOS 10
Part 3. How to Delete Stickers in Message
Step 1. Long press a sticker you have sent until you see a pop-up menu.
Step 2. Tap on Sticker Details option.
Step 3. Now you will see all stickers you have sent. Swipe to the left and you will see Delete option.
Step 4. Tap on Delete to remove the sticker.
How to Delete Stickers in Message
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