In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, instant messaging platform, WhatsApp, compiled the top stickers created by women all around the world that can be downloaded on both Android and iOS versions of the application. Becoming Google‘s most searched how-to query last year, these stickers have become a language of their own and in lieu of this, WhatsApp has unveiled top sticker packs for users to help them express their moods, reactions and experiences in a more quirky manner.
Capturing the hearts of over 212K followers on Instagram, Indian artist Shreya has her Shreya Doodles stickers pack featuring on the App. These can be downloaded by WhatsApp Android users only.
Salty is another such sticker pack, created by WhatsApp product designer, Alisa K. The stickers are inspired by emotions that the artists saw on people’s faces, including her friends as well as here everyday experiences. The sticker pack is available for WhatsApp users on Android and iOS.
Alisa K is another such artist whose sticker pack, Salty, is inspired by emotions that the product designer saw on her friends and other people’s faces as well as in her every day experiences. This, however, is available for both Android and iOS users.
Created by illustrator and designer Ann Shen, Fearless & Fabulous sticker pack, as the name suggests, is a compilation of strong, powerful, and diverse women which is available on both Android and iOS. F&F celebrates grit, determination, spirit and love.
Another one is the Feminist sticker pack which features everything related to female empowerment, from Wonder Women to quotes from Maya Angelou. This pack is exclusive only to Android user.
Mayuli, a female Mexican artist, created Dibujando Los Dias (Drawing the days) sticker pack which offers a sticker for any mood, whether you’re feeling like superwoman or having a case of the Mondays. This pack too is available on WhatsApp only for Android users.
International Women’s day is celebrated every year on March 8. There are many ways that you can go about celebrating this day, but all of them have a similar goal: to raise awareness about the struggles of women, the world over and honor their achievements. Grand gestures aren’t necessarily required to show appreciation, either—sometimes a simple “thank you, I have no idea how you do it” is enough to lift an overworked woman’s spirits.