WeChat Launched “Happy 15th August” Sticker For Users

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As the country makes plans to celebrate its 69th year of independence, WeChat has introduced special animated Independence Day stickers to honor the special day.

WeChat Launched “Happy 15th August” Sticker For Users

Users can share their pride by wishing everyone through these stickers exclusively on WeChat.These stickers represent the diverse cultures and spirit of India through a distinctive way of animation and creativity.

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This characterization of original and local stickers depict India in various portrayals, the popular ones being a local boy running with Indian flag in the field, a soldier doing a proud salute, kids celebrating their love for India, and a Gandhi ji special sticker giving his wishes to all the Indians.

Additionally, Indian users can wish their loved ones on the Independence Day using the feature of a broadcast message on WeChat, saving time and making it simple in one step.

WeChat regularly brings in new features and stickers for major festivals and which help users engage with each other through such emotions and expressions, a better option than simple text messages.

WeChat Launched “Happy 15th August” Sticker For Users

Apart from these stickers, users can also make free WeChat to WeChat voice calls and video calls. To download the stickers, one just needs visit the WeChat Sticker Gallery on the WeChat app.

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WeChat, is a mobile text and voice messaging communication service developed by Tencent in China, first released in January 2011. The app is available on Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and Symbian phones, and there are also Web-based, OS X and Window. As of August 2014, WeChat has 438 million active users, with 70 million outside of China.

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