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Facebook will be pushing out an update which will allow users to add stickers to already uploaded photos along with a few other stable improvements to the very popular social networking app.

The update which is slowly rolling out to users in various countries brings what was already available to users through the Messenger app and within the comments section. Users will see a small icon at the bottom of each uploaded image, and from there you can see which stickers are available for you to use.

The stickers can be resized rotated, moved to another location or deleted altogether. Whilst most of you might not be interested in this new feature, we can be sure that most teenagers and tweenies will be and it certainly is an extra way Facebook is trying to stay relevant for the next generation going forward.

As stated the update is slowly rolling out to users and countries, so it might be worth keeping an eye out on Google Play.

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Source: Engadget.

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