Former Apple Employee Launches Sticker Doodle for iOS

Sticker Doodle has been released by indie developer Chad Etzel, a new iPhone and iPad app that allows anyone to create their own stickers and then send them via the Messages app. Sticker Doodle wes specifically designed to be quick and easy to use so people can get in, create their doodle, and get out. It's all about creating fun stickers, not pixel-perfect works of art. The app also supports Apple Pencil for more advanced doodling on an iPad, but works just as well using a finger on an iPhone. People can even send photos as stickers and turn doodles into Slack emojis and Discord stickers.

Sticker Doodle was designed for using a finger first, but also supports Apple Pencil on iPad. People who would like to get more creative can even use an Apple Pencil to draw doodles on their iPad and send them to people via their iPhone thanks to the power of iCloud syncing. What's more, people can send photos as stickers and turn their doodles into Slack emojis and Discord stickers right from the app. Sticker Doodle supports seven languages. Sticker Doodle is Free (With In-App Purchases) and can be downloaded from the App Store.


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