Twitter is introducing searchable stickers for Android users

Stickers, whether by themselves or applied to the pictures we take, are all the rage these days. So Twitter’s jumping on the bandwagon and giving Android users stickers of their own.

Today Twitter announced it’s rolling out stickers for both Android and iOS users. It’s a pretty simple process: You take a photo and there will be a dedicated stickers button right there alongside the other edit options for photos within the app. Stickers can be resized, moved around the image, and be rotated to get the perfect fit. Once all the editing is done, you can upload the photo with Stickers to Twitter.

Coming soon! Unleash your creativity by adding fun #Stickers to your photos on Twitter: https://t.co/Ph92Oivyhy pic.twitter.com/NZoM6nHenD

— Twitter (@twitter) June 27, 2016

Stickers are special kinds of hashtags, too, and you can tap them and search for them to see other photos that have used the same sticker.

This is just one of many changes Twitter has been adopting lately. Videos can now be 140 seconds long, and uploaded images no longer count against the 140-character limit, either.

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