Apple’s new operating system for mobile devices, iOS 10, introduced “Stickers,” a new feature for iMessage. Stickers are colorful drawings that represent different emotions, and just like in real life, they can be stuck all over any surface, so they can be used to decorate conversations within iMessage, and they are often plastered all over text messages in humorous ways. After the launch of iOS 10, Stickers exploded in popularity, and Apple created a whole new App Store to house all the different sets of Stickers that developers have started to sell. A few weeks ago, Nintendo released a set of Super Mario Run-themed Stickers for iMessage, and The Pokémon Company released a similar set for Pokémon Red and Blue. Earlier today, Bethesda released a set of Fallout Shelter Stickers, which can be downloaded along with the game’s newest update.
A few images with all the new stickers can be found in the gallery below. If you’re interested in getting these stickers for yourself, all you have to do is download the free 1.7.2 update for Fallout Shelter, which can be found on the App Store.
What do you guys think? Have you been using the new Stickers on iMessage? Are you planning on downloading this new update to make use of the Fallout Shelter stickers? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Bethesda (via GameSpot)