line1Stickers are a fun and amusing way to chat with your friends and they can be found on apps like Facebook Messenger, Viber, and Line. Well if you’re an avid Line user, you might be interested to learn that the app has recently been updated (via The Next Web) and will now inform users when there is a relevant sticker that they can use in the course of their chat.

In some ways it is like word suggestions for keyboard apps, but except that instead of words, you rely on stickers instead. As you can see in the screenshot above, typing out a particular sentence or word will cause the app to prompt users that there are relevant stickers that can be used in that situation.

So for example saying you’re sleepy will pull up a variety of stickers to represent sleepiness, while talking football will pull up football-related stickers. It seems like a pretty cool addition to the Line app so if you have yet to update the app, you might want to head on over to the Google Play Store for the download.

Of course the suggestions will probably play a bigger role if you have more stickers in your collection, which you can get your hands on by heading to the app’s sticker store. Some stickers are free, some are paid, and some are free for a limited time only, usually to tie in with an ongoing promotion.

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