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Facebook launches Avatars Sticker for News Feed and Messenger


Facebook recently released Avatars, a set of personalized custom stickers for each user and can be used anywhere on Facebook.

According to TechCrunch, the new Avatars feature allows users to create fictional characters based on their appearance and personality and can be used on both Facebook message boards and Messenger platforms.

Jane Wong, a security researcher with reverse engineering, first discovered Avatars about a year ago. This Avatars feature is borrowed a little by Facebook from Snapchat's Bitmoji. However, instead of being integrated into the system keyboard like Bitmoji, the Avatars are only deployed in sticker form and do not support taking photos of themselves to start creating stickers.

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Users will start creating Avatars by choosing gender, Facebook allows users to customize with 18 different facial features and costumes. Facebook also said avatars will help users remain anonymous on the platform.

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This feature is currently only available for the Australian market, but Facebook also confirmed it will soon implement this feature for all users later this year or early next year, including Vietnam.

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