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Support your favorite candidate, Hillary or trump using bobble app

Updated: Oct 27, 2016 14:07 IST      
Support your favorite candidate, Hillary or trump using bobble app

New Delhi [India], October 27(ANI): Bobble, a keyboard app from India that enables highly personal self-expression, has released sticker packs based on candidates from the two major parties contesting the US Presidential Election 2016.

Users from over 150 countries will now be able to enjoy real time personalization of content with their own faces and relevant text, replete with popular one liners used by both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

The Hillary and Trump stickers are usable across iMessage, FB, Twitter, FB Messenger, WhatsApp, Kik and every app on iOS and Android that allows image sharing.

These sticker packs, like all other content on Bobble, are free of cost. The Clinton and Trump campaigns are not officially involved in the sticker packs.

"I have spent several months in the US in the course of my work at Bobble. During my interpersonal interactions with Americans from all walks of life, my respect for their belief in diversity and self-expression has increased immensely. Visual communication on mobile has seen an exponential rise in popularity and our technology is unique in its ability to facilitate real-time personalization of content. No other product in the world offers this technology. Like millions across the globe, we too have been following the US Presidential election with great fascination. This election has been particularly colorful, and at times, even strident. We're confident of adding value to self-expression by voters and non-voters alike," cofounder of Bobble, Mohd Wassem said.

"These stickers are our way of connecting with our users in the US, and paying respect to the democratic process globally."The release of Clinton and Trump sticker packs is an illustration of Bobble's design and execution abilities. Bobble use-cases are universal in nature and its tech can be distributed widely. Bobble is working with numerous celebrities and media houses to release thematic content," he added.

Bobbles will roll out more features for our target audience of 13-29 years of age. The product roadmap includes personalized GIFs and personalized emojis with the user's face.

Bobble's journey started as a selfie-based sticker app. Users can click a selfie, and get unlimited stickers with their face. It was launched in March 2015 in India. (ANI)

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