You Can Now Create Stickers Out of a Selfie in Google Allo

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Google really likes stickers. And it feels like the only place they present their interest is in their slowly-failing messaging app Allo. But despite its drop on the Play Store Top 500 charts and low user database, Google isn’t giving up and today announced a new way to create stickers: with your face.


Now in Allo for Android and soon on iOS, you can take a selfie and Allo will generate a sticker pack based on your facial features. As detailed in a blog post, a whole bunch of machine learning and AI was poured into this feature to prevent what’s called the “uncanny valley” and give life to stickers representing all different nationalities, ages, and genders. I won’t go into too much detail here, but you can check out what Google said here.


As aforementioned, Allo for Android is getting the feature now, with those on iOS to get it soon.


One Reply to “You Can Now Create Stickers Out of a Selfie in Google Allo”

  1. […] Notably, Google says they worked with some pretty popular brands like Mickey Mouse, NBCmoji, Disney Princesses, Hello Kitty, Garfield, Power Rangers, and Star Wars to provide users with a good starting point for sharing stickers with their friends. Of course, alongside the customizable Bitmojis which can also be shared, you can also share selfie stickers made in Google Allo. […]

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