More Expressive Chats Through New Emoji Stickers Unveiled by Apple For iOS 10

0101Here is some good news for emoji lovers. Apple recently unveiled new additions to the messages app that comprises all new 4 emoji stickers as well for iOS10.

The Cupertino company showed how these fresh emoji will appear this weekend with the launch of four animated sticker packs for the ones testing the new beta version.

Apple recently unveiled the next version of its operating system called iOS10. This latest software comes with amazing new features for photos, maps and messages. Not just this there are major improvements to Siri. Among all these, iOS10 beta also allows developers to add new emoji or gif packs to its iMessage app done by ios mobile app development service provider. The new entrant in iTunes app store include- old-school Mac icons, 3D smileys, heart animations and hand signs, according to 9to5Mac.

Apple senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi showed new emoji as well as other additions to the Messages app. You don’t have to stress your mind for selecting the right emoji. Just type the message and the smarter software will suggest the most appropriate emoji according to your words. Not just this app also highlights all the words in a message that can be substituted with emoji. In this way you can add more fun and expression to your communication.

Apple made an announcement last month, regarding the third-party integration at its World Wide Developer’s Conference and other fresh messaging features, such as emoji suggestions, a built-in reaction GIF search and a drawing pad.

The stickers in Smileys, hands and hearts packs are inherited from watchOS animated emojis, whereas Classic Mac features a batch of original Macintosh icons.

Stickers can be incorporated into the conversation with a tap. Users also have an option to “peel” and put stickers on images, around chat bubbles or even double up on other stickers.

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