Hike messenger introduces Nepali stickers

Nepali stickers in Hike messenger
Hike messenger, India’s leading instant messaging app has brought smiles to the faces of the Gorkha community after introducing Nepali stickers to its added feature which is sure to bring out differentiation and attract more users.

Typing Nepali language on a smartphone is not possible, but to make messaging more fun, Hike has introduced Nepali stickers through which users can send some beautiful, expressive and fun stickers to friends at the tap of a finger. The stickers consist of every-day Nepali locutions such as ‘Namaste’, ‘Timi Kasto Chau’ and ‘K gardai chau’ amongst many others.

Hike Messenger is cross platform instant messaging service for smartphones that uses the internet for communication. In addition to text messaging, users can send each graphical stickers, emoticons, images, videos, audios, files, voice messages, contacts and location. Launched on 12 December, 2012, by Kavin Bharti Mittal, the son of Telecom Giant Sunil Bharti Mittal,

Hike is a free instant messaging app that has recently crossed five million user base giving away heat to existing competitors like Whatsapp, WeChat and BBM. Hike is the only app to offer localized stickers, Nepali in particular, and two way chat themes. (HS)

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