In addition to the standard stickers in WhatsApp, you can go to the Play Store for dozens of other pictures. We have selected four nice WhatsApp sticker packages that you can use immediately.
With WhatsApp stickers, you can light up your conversations in an easy way. In addition to the standard animations of WhatsApp itself, you can also download other images. We have selected a number of good examples. You add the stickers by downloading the app, opening it and pressing the plus sign when prompted. Then click in WhatsApp on the sticker icon (next to the emoji button) to send the pictures in a chat.
The best sticker packs for WhatsApp
1. 10 Sticker Packs for WhatsApp
We kick this list off with ’10 Sticker Packs for WhatsApp ‘from Telegram. This WhatsApp competitor has been offering stickers for many years and has made its own pictures available for the popular chat app. This package consists of ten packages, giving you dozens of animations to choose from.
2. For the holidays
You celebrate Christmas together. How could you better let your family and friends know that you are thinking of them than sending an appropriate Christmas sticker? This package is full of pictures of Santa Claus, Christmas trees and the accompanying delicacies. There are also images with which your acquaintances already wish a good New Year.
Mario is one of the most iconic game characters of all time and therefore deserves his own stickers. With this package, you get other pictures at your disposal besides the plumber, such as dogs and coloured emoji.
4. Meme Stickers for WhatsApp
Take the internet, blend it in a jar and put it in a sticker pack, that’s what you get in this sticker pack, a set of stickers both old and new, ranging from dank to classic. Those crudely drawn rage memes which at one point ruled the internet? Yup included in this Pack.
5. Ultimate Pack WAStickerApps
Need I say more? 2000 plus good quality stickers for you ranging from Urban dictionary to Game of Thrones. I’m not even sure if I would even browse them in an entire year?