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| August 3, 2013
Couple, The Popular Social Networking App For 2, Gets Coupled With Stickers
Couple, the popular social networking app specially designed for couples, has finally jumped on the sticker bandwagon. In messaging app parlance, stickers are special, often colorful emoticons that are either stationary (in the case of Line) or animated (in the case of KakaoTalk). They have proven to be such big drawers and even earners that many apps have integrated them, including Path and, most recently, Kik. Now, Couple has also joined the sticker party through its latest update, which adds a bunch of stickers (stationary ones) to the app's core messaging feature. Initially, Couple offers eight sticker packs featuring a variety of emoji and expressive characters. The emoji pack is available to download for free, while the rest are available via in-app purchase (one priced at $0.99 and the rest at $1.99 each). If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. In addition to support for stickers, the latest update to Couple combines the photo and video cameras into one screen, fixes the to-do list, and delivers bug fixes and performance improvements. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of Couple is available now in the App Store for free. Originally known as Pair, the app became Couple after the company behind it purchased Cupple, also a social networking app for couples, last February. Couple's previous major update, which was issued in mid-May, most notably brought support for sending videos from the device library. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]