WhatsApp launches stickers pack for Ramzan, congratulate your friends
WhatsApp has launched a new stickers pack called Ramzan Together, which you can use from today. There are 28 stickers in this pack. Whether Holi or Diwali, Eid or Christmas, WhatsApp launches new stickers pack on every festival. The month of Ramadan has started from today.
Whether Holi or Diwali, Eid or Christmas, WhatsApp launches new stickers pack on every festival. The month of Ramadan has started from today. In such a situation, WhatsApp has launched a new stickers pack on Ramadan. Through these stickers, you can wish Ramadan blessings to your friends. WhatsApp's Android and iOS users named 'Ramzan Together' stickers pack has been introduced, which you can use from today.
How to use
There are 28 stickers in this pack of WhatsApp. Which users can sand their friends. To use these stickers, go to the chatbox of any friend and tap on the emoji icon. Here you will find GIF and Sticker options in addition to emoji. Now go to the sticker here and tap on the '+' sign given on the right. In this, you will see new stickers packs at the top.
Stickers were launched for Corona
WhatsApp recently launched a sticker pack called 'Vaccines for All' in association with WHO. WhatsApp believes that people will be able to connect with each other through these stickers. You will be able to share the happiness of the arrival of the Coronavirus vaccine and the thoughts going on in your mind with your friends. WhatsApp has also made stickers to show respect for the Healthcare Heroes who worked in the coronary.
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