Bring Fallout 4 Into Your Text Messages With Fallout Shelter's New iOS 10 Stickers
Make your conversations unreadable by covering them with Fallout stickers.
Another set of game-related stickers are now available on iOS 10, and this time it's the Fallout series that gets the treatment.
A new update for Fallout Shelter introduces sticker support for iMessages. This is one of the new features introduced in the recent iOS 10 update, allowing you to place stickers all over your text message conversations with other iOS 10 users. Nintendo released Mario stickers ahead of Super Mario Run's release, and now Shelter lets you insert all sorts of Fallout things into your texts.
While you can't tell in the gallery above, a handful of stickers are actually animated, such as Vault Boy giving a thumbs up or down, carrying something heavy, or apparently approving of the job he did delivering a baby.
You can make use of these stickers by downloading the new 1.7.2 update for Shelter, which is a free download. If they don't automatically appear in the stickers section of your conversation, click the bottom-left icon to view all of your sticker apps, select Store, and then go to Manage. From there, you can enable any apps with sticker support.
These stickers come almost a year after Bethesda released the Fallout CHAT app, which lets you send Fallout emojis, GIFs, and other things on your smartphone.
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