Tempe, Arizona – Cloud Hidden Designs, LLC today announced the release of Wicked Custom Stickers, the most advanced and flexible iMessage app for creating and customizing stickers and communicating with friends and colleagues. Its unique automated selfie design technology provides users with the ability to create stickers from photos that may include selfies, pictures of pets or any other images that a user chooses.
Wicked Custom Stickers can also be shared with the entire suite of Wicked apps, including Wicked Brainstorm and the upcoming Wicked Buckets, thereby enhancing collaboration among all users. The stickers are fun, professional, and totally suitable for work, school and home.
Wicked Custom Stickers includes a multitude of stickers with popular phrases and urban slang. In addition, users can easily build stickers with their own favorite words and phrases. Customization tools allow users to change sticker colors, sizes, shapes, fonts, animation and more. Wicked Custom Stickers can also display a company logo to help reinforce a brand.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 10.0 or later
* 23.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Wicked Custom Stickers 1.0.2 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the (iMessage) App Store in the Stickers category.
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