Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp has today expanded its sticker options by adding an Opi sticker pack that has been designed by Colombian illustrator Oscar Ospina. The pack comes with Opi stickers that feature a white-coloured bear. In different stickers, the bear expresses different emotions. It is worth noticing that the new sticker pack is now available in the Android as well as iOS versions of WhatsApp. However, it can be downloaded directly via the Stickers section of the messaging app.
To recall, WhatsApp got stickers on its platform in October 2018. Currently, it has 14 different sticker packs on its app that have been created by artists across the globe, and various others can be downloaded via Google Play Store and App Store. In addition to this, there are apps that also let users create their own stickers.
It is worth mentioning that the Opi sticker pack comes with as many as 30 stickers. Using these, WhatsApp users can “sneak, snooze and celebrate” with the loving bear. We should also point out that these stickers were made by Oscar Ospina. For those unaware, the artist also got the Opi sticker pack to Facebook Messenger in 2014.
Here’s how you can download the Opi sticker pack on WhatsApp:
- Open WhatsApp on your smartphone.
- Open the chat with any one of your contacts.
- Press on the emoji icon on the top left of your keyboard.
- Now, you will see three options on the bottom of the screen – Emoji, GIFs and Stickers (rounded square icon). Press on the Stickers icon to access Stickers.
- Here, you will see the sticker packs that you already have. On the top right, press on the add (+) icon.
- You will see the Opi Stickers on the top of all the collections.
- Press on the download icon next to the sticker pack.
- That’s all. All the stickers in the pack will now be downloaded on their own.
Going forward, you will be able to see the Opi Sticker pack among other stickers in your WhatsApp app once you do this. It is worth adding that Opi sticker is 387KB in size.
WhatsApp stickers are a great way for users to express themselves. The feature was present in most other rival apps like Telegram and Snapchat before it made its way to WhatsApp. As we mentioned earlier, you can also download stickers via other apps for WhatsApp.
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