People say an image speaks a thousand words — so does an emoji and sticker. In the past years, emoticons and stickers have become so popular.

Be it Facebook or WhatsApp, we can see the flow of these media, not to mention GIFs. By the way, how do you find the best stickers in town? How do you find stickers that match your conversation? Well, that’s where Sticker Market Emoji Keyboard comes to the scene.

In this article, we will have a short-and-sweet review of Sticker Market Keyboard for Android.

About Sticker Market

Sticker Market is basically a global platform for stickers, templates and GIFs. You can simply visit the website and find thousands of collections, in each category. This, however, is about Sticker Market Emoji Keyboard. It’s a keyboard app for Android, which lets you insert stickers, emojis and GIFs into every conversation.

Sticker Market Keyboard works in almost all popular messaging apps, such as Messenger, WhatsApp, WeChat, Hangouts, Snapchat etc. In fact, you have a keyboard, which is connected to the Sticker Market platform. In a single tap, you can browse the collection of stickers and insert them into the conversation.
In simpler words, Sticker Market lets you share your emotions through the right stickers and emojis!

Getting Started with the App

Setting up Sticker Market Emoji Keyboard is an easy task. Once you have downloaded and installed the app, you’ll be guided through the set-up process. You have to enable the Keyboard first, and, then, select it from the list of Input methods. From the moment on, you are free to use the stickers you like — wherever you’d want them to.

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Don’t think that the Sticker Market Emoji Keyboard is only for stickers. You can also type text using it. You’ll have to tap a button when you want to start inserting emojis or stickers. When compared to other keyboard apps we have tried, this one’s pretty lightweight. It loads pretty quickly and we hardly had to wait. So, we’d give a 5-Star rating for the usability factor.

Create Your Own Stickers

Using Sticker Market Emoji Keyboard, you can create your own stickers. Simply take a selfie, apply the filter and your sticker is ready. You can either use your camera or stored pictures to create the EmojiFace. You can also use your own face as the sticker/smiley. This sticker keyboard will help you crop the picture and move ahead. This feature is called CropMe. Both CropMe and EmojiFace are stored in cloud. You can access them from the keyboard whenever you want.

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The Collection of Stickers and GIFs

You have three sections in Sticker Market — Stickers, Templates and GIFs. Each section is rich-enough.
In Stickers section, you can find both free and paid collections of stickers. There are stickers for almost every situation and emotion — be it love, anger, frustration, happiness or something else. In case of free ones, you can simply download the sticker pack. They will be available in the keyboard the next time you want to type. It also lets us find stickers based on creators.

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Coming to the case of GIFs, the collection is superb. You can either go for the trending GIFs or find based on categories. Either way, you have an option to download the GIF or copy the link. The downloaded GIFs will be available in the keyboard, in a section named ‘My GIFs’.

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Earlier, we said that you can make your own stickers and emojis using Sticker Market Emoji Keyboard. So, it also lets you download a template you can use while creating stickers. The pack consists of multiple objects.

The Final Word

At the end of the day, Sticker Market Emoji Keyboard is one of the best emoji keyboards we’ve seen. It’s an extremely simple yet feature-rich app. You even have an option to create your own emojis and stickers. Also, the collection of Stickers and GIFs are something superb. Considering all these, we’d recommend all of you to give this a try — especially if you love using stickers and GIFs.

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Ravi is hardcore Android programmer and Android programming has been his passion since he compiled his first hello-world program. Solving real problems of Android developers through tutorials has always been interesting part for him.