WhatsApp Launches New Sticker Pack Called ‘Together at Home’For Coronavirus Lockdown Chats


Popular social messaging app WhatsApp has introduced a new sticker pack called 'Together at Home'.

The Facebook owned messaging app has partnered with the the World Health Organisation (WHO) to create new stickers to reflect the feelings and emotions that people across the globe are going through at the moment. 

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The stickers reflect most of the mood during the stay indoor. There's a sticker that shows a man with a laptop wearing pyjamas depicting the new norm of 'work from home.' There's also a sticker that depicts an 'air high five' and 'group video calling', also stickers that show a man binge-watching a series on the bed, a female snooping on neighbours using binoculars and more.  

WhatsApp introduced stickers two years ago has since grown to be an important tool of expression on the social platform. Ever since then, the company has been working on improving the Whatsapp experience, especially now that people are stuck at home.

The 'Together at Home' sticker pack is available within WhatsApp, and can be downloaded for free. It's available in English, Arabic, French, German, Indonesia, Italic, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.

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