"I created these fun stocking stuffers for everyone in my family!"
(PRWEB) December 25, 2014
“SmileStix” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly AppWatch, which features the latest and coolest mobile applications on the iOS, Android, and Windows markets. Andrew Tropeano, a mobile technology expert and host of NewsWatch, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how this is an application for users to create personal stickers.
The old saying goes, “A picture says a thousand words.” It’s true. There are a lot of words that can describe a single image, because each picture holds a unique and special meaning. Photos are a way for people to capture special moments in time, and share them with family and friends. A new way to celebrate these memories is with the SmileStix application that allows users to create personal stickers from their photos.
SmileStix users can download the free app and either create stickers using the pictures that are already on their phone, or they can take pictures directly on the app. Then the users can put the pictures in funky shapes, organizing them on a digital sheet. Once the sheet is arranged to perfection, the user can simply order the high-quality, waterproof stickers directly from Japan.
The SmileStix application is available for free in the iTunes Appstore. But the stickers themselves cost $5.00 per sheet of stickers with up to 30 per sheet and $3 shipping.
To learning more, visit http://www.smilestix.net today.
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