Hike launches over 100 animated stickers in six languages for festive season

Hike Messenger users can choose from over 100 stickers which include traditional greetings for Dhanteras, Diwali and Bhai Dooj festivals.

Published Date
31 - Oct - 2018
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31 - Oct - 2018
 
Hike launches over 100 animated stickers in six languages for fes...

Hike Messenger has launched animated sticker packs with traditional messages for Dhanteras, Diwali and Bhai Dooj. Users can choose from over 100 stickers available in six languages: English, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati and Bhojpuri.

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Hike, India’s first homegrown messaging app, has launched new animated sticker packs for Dhanteras, Diwali and Bhai Dooj.

The new sticker packs bring out the different dimensions of the festival and associated celebrations. You can embellish your chats with diyas and crackers, sparklers, twinkling lights, traditional rangolis, sweets and so much more— all about fun and happiness together. Wish your friends and family with these colourful and fun stickers to add that extra sparkle.

The pack will be available in six languages -- English, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati and Bhojpuri.

Available in-app from November 05, in time for the festive season, Hike users can download these from the PlayStore and AppStore.

Stickers as a means of social expression

Stickers are one of the most loved features of Hike. Hike offers a library of over 20,000 stickers in 40+ languages.  Multiple genres are covered across 500+ sticker packs which highlight the colourful, cultural landscape of India, Bollywood, comedy, festivals, cricket, kabaddi, local catchphrases, emotions, and even excuses. There is also the nifty text-to-stickers feature on Hike chat that can turn any message you type into a fun sticker. Stickers are expressive and a great way to say what you feel. Hike’s most popular stickers reflect love, laughter and fun followed by festivals and regional references. Over 300 million stickers are exchanged every day!