If you feel like emojis cannot convey the exact emotion you want and you think your face would be better, then don’t worry. There’s an app for transforming your selfies into stickers. You can use these stickers for your messages. This app is known as Sticky AI, and it was created by Prisma. You might have used the Prisma app recently, which lets you convert your pictures into art using filters and other graphic effects. Prisma does this by replicating the styles of famous artists like Van Gogh and Picasso. This makes for a truly unique image.
Sticky AI lets you take a picture or an animated Boomerang. Then it cuts around your face to create a sticker, which you can edit according to your preferences. When you first download Sticky AI, it takes you directly to the camera. There you can take your first selfie, or you can browse from selfies you have already taken. The app cuts out your face using AI technology, and having a transparent background will make it look less untidy.
Now, when you take your selfie, you can edit your photo by tapping on it. Right now, there are two filters available, on in black and white and one in color. You can also make the sticker stand out by adding text. Just click on the T button on the top right corner of your screen. The button underneath the T will create a white border around you sticker. Also, you can change the background of your sticker. Just tap on the background repeatedly until your preferred background comes up.
When you are done editing, you can share your sticker to various messaging platforms. Tap the Export button at the bottom right of the screen. this gives you different platforms where you can share your sticker, including iMessage, Messenger and SnapChat.
Sticky AI is currently available only on iOS. However, the Android version will soon be out, according to Prisma.
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