How to download sticker packs on Google Allo
Google’s new Allo messaging app is a great way to keep in touch with friends, and through the entire app you’ll find fun ways to liven the conversation. Whether that’s bringing extra info in from Google Assistant, enlarging or shrinking texts, or even adding voice messages, there’s a lot to mess around with.
Arguably the most fun way to keep things lively though is through stickers. After being installed Allo automatically includes a small handful of packs, but there are quite a few more available, so here’s how to download them.
The first step is to open up one of your conversations. From there press the “+” icon to access your current sticker packs. From here you should notice another “+” icon on the right side of the display with a sticker next to it. Upon clicking that you can now see Google’s entire current library of sticker packs.
On this screen, you should be able to see some packs which have a checkmark and some which have a download icon. If there is a checkmark, that pack has already been downloaded. If the download icon is present, you can click it to install that pack on your device.
To rearrange the order of your sticker packs, go to the “My Stickers” section and use the drag bars on the right side of the display to change the order or press the red icon to remove.