After moving the messaging component of its iOS client out into a separate app, Facebook has continued its pattern of breaking up the functionality of its software today by launching a new iOS application called Stickered.

The app launched a few days ago on Android, but only became available today for iOS users. It allows users to add stickers to photos from their camera roll, or overlay them directly on a live camera view before snapping a photo.

Once the photo is decked out with stickers, it can be sent to friends through the separate Facebook Messenger app with a single tap. Users without Messenger installed will be directed to the App Store to get it for free. Photos can also be saved directly to the camera roll for sharing elsewhere.

Stickered is free and can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.


It’s sticker time! Add cute characters, funny faces and more to make your photos pop.

– Pick as many stickers as you want – Stick them on before or after you snap a photo – Decorate photos from your camera roll, too – Drag, pinch, stretch and rotate stickers to make the perfect scene – Send your creations to friends with Messenger

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