Pokemon Latest News & Updates: Twitter Announces Arrival Of Pokemon Stickers; Details Here

By Ceage Sotto , Updated Nov 15, 2016 02:37 AM EST
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Pokemon fans be excited! Twitter has announced the arrival of Pokemon Stickers.You can now use Pokemon themed stickers to go with your Twitter photos. The announcement came after the Pokemon Company recently released a new trailer for trendsetting game's new version, "Pokemon Sun and Moon".

You can now start to personalize your Twitter post with famous Pokemon characters, grab a selfie and spread the fun through your followers. An article written by Gamespot, reports that there are four available stickers as of the moment.

Pokemon Latest News & Updates: Four Pokemon Stickers To Personalize Tweets

Twitter's official account revealed the news with a short video, the available stickers are in-line with the Pokemon Sun and Moon's starter Pokemons; "Rowlet, "Littent," and "Popplio." You can also choose the iconic Pokeball that inspired millions of fans since the famous franchise was first released in 1996.

In an article posted by Adweek, you can add these stickers by tapping the smiling face button on the bottom right corner of the photo to access the stickers menu. Users can choose four new stickers in the Pokemon category included in the list of many other sticker templates.

Pokemon Latest News & Updates: The Stickers Act As Visual Hashtags

Twitter also allows to add multiple stickers in a single photo; you can move the stickers anywhere on the image and resize them if you wish. The stickers also act as "visual hashtags" that a user can tap to see other public photos that contain the same Pokemon stickers. You can now grab a selfie with your favorite Sun and Moon starter Pokemon.

The latest installment to the long running game franchise will be released and launched in Japan and the US on November 18 and November 23 for Europe. "Pokemon Sun and Moon" will be using the Nintendo 3DS as its gaming platform.

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