WhatsApp is among the most popular messaging apps out there. However, there are always other resembling apps that offer a bit more or less than the original version. GBWhatsApp is one of them. This app provides the same UI as WhatsApp’s, but it brings along other exciting features and capabilities that WhatsApp doesn’t offer.
GBWhatsApp can be used adjacent with the original WhatsApp messaging app. This alternative is safe to use and improves the way you communicate. It comes with a broad variety of customized themes, the ability to transfer large files, hide notifications, and many more.
GBStickers 1.30 comes with more than 80 category packs for all kinds of stickers, with over 3,500 stickers in its library. To use these stickers, you will need to transfer them to the GBWhatsApp, which is a simple procedure. This app is free, and it does not come with pop-ups and ads and is also compatible with Android devices.
How To Get GBStickers 1.30 for GBWhatsApp
GBStickers 1.30 for GBWhatsApp cannot be downloaded and installed from the Google Play Store. However, you can access the most recent version of the app by following these steps:
- Click here to download the GBStickers app for GBWhatsApp
- Find the APK file in your Downloads folder and install it
- Once the installation is completed, open the GBStickers
- Enjoy the broad variety of stickers
Add or transfer the category of stickers in the GBWhatsApp messaging app by tapping on the icon on the right side of that specific sticker pack. A window will appear, asking for permission. Tap on ‘Add’ and the sticker set will automatically be imported in the GBWhatsApp.
To use the GBStickers 1.30, go to the emoticon area after opening a conversation. Three different icons will appear, and you will find the stickers in the one on the right side of the screen.
Remember, this app is only compatible with GBWhatsApp. If you’d want to transfer the stickers on the original WhatsApp application, you won’t be able to do it.
Alvin Mathews was born and raised in Tampa. Alvin has worked as a freelance journalist for half a decade and written for Tribune Media, the AP and MSNBC. As a journalist for Miami Morning Star, Alvin mostly covers community events and human interest stories.