Google's Gboard Android App Now Lets You Send Bitmoji, Branded Stickers

Users can also send Google Allo selfie stickers

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Google released the latest version of its Gboard keyboard application on Android devices, allowing users to share Bitmoji and branded stickers in messaging apps or “any app that supports image pasting.”

With this update, users can download third-party sticker packs and/or the Bitmoji app from the Google Play store, and then send those stickers and Bitmoji while using the Gboard keyboard. Specifically, when using the keyboard, users can tap the emoji button, and then tap either the sticker button or the Bitmoji button to search for the content they’d like to share.

So far, sticker packs are available for a variety of brands, including Star Wars, Hello Kitty, the National Basketball Association and more. Users



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