Naver's Line personalises the sticker experience with Singlish and Selfie options

Swee lah, you can now make a Line sticker starring your own mug
Naver's Line personalises the sticker experience with Singlish and Selfie option

Line has outdone themselves with perfectly personalised stickers.

First, they spoil us with Singaporean-themed stickers, then they up the customisation factor by introducing stickers that you can edit your own face into. Yes, you read us right, you can be a Line sticker.

Win liao lor

Naver's Line personalises the sticker experience with Singlish and Selfie option

Line has answered our prayers. The sticker set focuses on one of the four main Line characters, Moon, as you’ve never seen him before - Singaporean-ised. Be quick to download the Singaporean Moon Special sticker set for it’ll only be available until 31 July. But once the set is downloaded, it’ll never expire so don’t worry about not being able to use them on National Day.

While Line wasn't able to set a date for the next set of Singapore-themed stickers, it assured Stuff that it's definitely working on another one as localisation is a very important aspect of the brand to them.

We’re looking forward to a Brown set, but we guess with his limited emotional range, the perfect colloquialism for him to embody is probably just sian.

Let me take a selfie

Naver's Line personalises the sticker experience with Singlish and Selfie option

Make yourself into a sticker that you can then proceed to plaster all over your Line chats, or your Line camera app, and even your social media accounts from Facebook to Instagram.

How do you go about morphing yourself into a Line sticker? Simple. Just take a selfie, choose your favourite illustration from a variety of over 130 spanning characters from your favourite Line mascots to more generic characters like monsters and pirates. Make sure your photo fits, add a speech balloon and some text. Voila, your very own Line selfie sticker, which you can then proceed to traumatise your friends with. 

Unfortunately, the app is only available on iOS at the moment. Android users, you’ll just have to practise your stay-and-wait stance for a bit more.