Whether it is a festival or some other special occasion, WhatsApp always keeps launching stickers packs for its users. In this episode, now instant messaging platform has launched Covid-19 themed sticker pack which has been named as 'Vaccines for All'. Users can download and use it now.
A total of 23 stickers have been given in the 'Vaccines for All' sticker pack which has been designed by WHO and can be used by both iOS and Android users. Launching this sticker pack, the company said that, "WhatsAppApp is launching a sticker pack named Vaccines for All" (Vaccine for All) in association with the World Health Organization (WHO). We hope that people will be able to connect with each other through these stickers. You will be able to share the joy, excitement as well as the thoughts going on in the mind of COVID-19 vaccine privately. In this difficult period, people who save the lives of people will also use stickers to show their respect for Healthcare Heroes. "
Covid-19 cases have started increasing once again for the last few months and 1 lakh new cases have been reported in India alone. Many states have started imposing night curfew in high risk zones. WhatsApp has claimed that countries like Indonesia, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil and India are using its helplines to inform people about the correct information related to the vaccine and the registration process. The company also said that it has also waived the charges levied on the messages being sent through the WhatsApp Business API.
Apart from this, the company may also soon allow its customers to migrate chat from Android to iOS devices. According to a report by WABetaInfo tracking WhatsApp, the company may soon launch a feature that allows chat history to be transferred between iOS and Android. It has been said in the report that in future this features can be released for users.
Apart from this feature, the company is working on a feature to change the color within the app. Although it is not yet known when these features will be rolled out but it is believed that the company can launch it soon.