The release of iOS 10 brought a significant upgrade to the Messages app formerly known as iMessage: stickers.
Seen in a host of other apps popular in Asia, such as WeChat and Line, stickers allow you to pop large graphics into your messages — kind of like souped-up emoji.
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In the app store, there's a bunch of Asian-made stickers that will help you express yourself better.
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