Halo sticker pack comes to SwiftKey for Android

SwiftKey, a keyboard app for iPhone and Android, has announced the brand new Halo sticker pack for Android. Available now, the Halo sticker pack for Android, lets SwiftKey users send cute, animated stickers.

The Halo stickers include Master Chief, Grunts and more. The sticker pack is available with version 7.0 of SwiftKey which added the ability to send stickers with Android.

Alongside the Halo sticker pack, SwiftKey users can also choose from a selection of 24 Skype emoticons.

Halo sticker pack for Android

Included in the Halo sticker pack are eight stickers exclusive to SwiftKey. The eight stickers are a mix of animated and static and according to SwiftKey will let users share their love of Halo.

The new Halo stickers make it easy to bring your passion for the game from your Xbox to your phone, giving you a new way to engage with your friends and opponents right from your device.

As SwiftKey is owned by Microsoft and has been working with Microsoft teams, Halo isn’t the only property coming to the keyboard. The Skype emoticons featured on SwiftKey mark the first time they’ve been available outside of Skype.

Halo, it me

To get the Halo sticker pack for Android, simply download the SwiftKey toolbar from the Google Store.

You can check out a few of the stickers below.

Leo Stevenson
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I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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