Gboard App Can Now Create Personalized Stickers

Google Gboard

Google Gboard

In any case, if you do decide to make your own sticker packs using this new feature, Mini will create 100 new sticker styles using your avatar, and those designs come in "Bold" and "Sweet" modes, so you'll basically have a ton of sticker to send to your friends.

Google today released a new feature called "Mini" stickers for Gboard app on iOS and Android.

Google released this feature as a "selfie stickers" for the Allo chat app past year. Once you've clicked a selfie, Gboard will work its magic to create two emojis based on your selfies. The sticker can then be customized by changing the pose or expression and will be stored alongside your other stickers. You can delete these sticker packs easily, and create them once again, if you aren't satisfied with the end result. According to Engadget who seems to have been given the inside scoop, the set will take "into account various characteristics like your skin tone, hair color and style, eye color, face shape and facial hair".

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We're not seeing the update live for Gboard on Google Play yet, but once it's live, you'll have access to Mini.

Mini Stickers are quite easy to create - all you have to do is take a selfie, and Gboard will automatically use the selfie to make stickers.

It's just like Bitmoji if you will, but Gboard now gives the same functionality in-app without relying on a third-party, or Allo.

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