Now you can turn your selfies into stickers with this new app



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With each passing day tech companies especially app developing companies are giving out new and interesting updates and features to users, more specifically to the smartphone users, to attract the attention of users towards their platform. This time also Prisma, a photo-editing app that turns your pictures into extraordinary paintings has rolled out an exciting application for its users.

Now with this new app one can turn his/her selfies into stickers. The new feature is dubbed as ‘Sticky AI’.


This new app will now turn your selfies into stickers which can be used in all messaging and photo sharing platforms. As of now, the Sticky AI is available in only two colors, one is a black-and-white outline effect filter and the second is a cartoonish filter.

The app at first is only available to iOS users.

The way to turn your selfie into sticker is very simple, just import your selfie or picture into the app, the app will immediately erase all the background objects, leaving only the person’s picture. Now you can customize the picture, the way you want.

See also: Some Pakistanis believe Prisma is related to the Illuminati

Click here to download your Sticky AI app.

The photo-editing app has updated its platform now one can apply filters offline without using the internet.

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