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The 5 best Aussie stickers on iOS 10’s sparkly new Messages app



Apple’s new operating system may let you order an Uber with Siri and other fancy things, but let’s be serious: It’s all about the new and improved Messages.

Apple has given the once tired app a complete overhaul, complete with GIFs, full screen effects and predictive emoji. And stickers. Thousands of stickers for you to use, rather than needing to form complete sentences.

The new release has been embraced by a number of Australian developers and brands. Clara Reeves, president of Hipster Whale, the Melbourne gaming studio that created mobile arcade hopper game Crossy Road, told Mashable the stickers were a perfect extension for the game’s marketing efforts.  Read more…

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