WhatsApp has introduced a new sticker pack called together at Home’.
The immediate messaging giant has partnered with the World Health Organisation (WHO) to make these new stickers to reflect the feelings and emotions that people across the globe are going through right now. These brand new stickers will be available in the English, Hindi, and a host of different languages. WhatsApp introduced stickers two years ago, and ever since that time it has grown into a significant tool of saying on the societal platform.
The new decal package is called’Together at Home’ and it aptly reflects all of the moods during this age of remaining inside. It has a sticker that shows a guy with a notebook wearing pyjamas depicting the new standard of’work from home’. WhatsApp promotes social distancing through stickers that depict an’air high five’ and’group video phoning’. There are decals within the pack that reveal a guy binge-watching a string on the mattress, another guy doing yoga together with his puppy, reminding people to wash hands, individuals catching in balconies, along with a female snooping on acquaintances using binoculars. There are decals that observe medical heroes in addition to personal heroes throughout the COVID-19 catastrophe.
The”Together at Home” decal pack can be found inside WhatsApp, and may be downloaded for free. With this new decal package, WhatsApp looks to offer more ways to stay connected during the pandemic.
The company has been focusing on improving the WhatsApp experience lately, particularly as more as more people stay and work in your home. The most recent beta has dropped the group calling limit from four to eight on WhatsApp, and today that it has been allowed for both Android and iOS users, the stable rollout should follow shortly.