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During a fun-loving conversation, your friend sends you a hilarious sticker. You get so charmed by the label that you want to download its entire package. So, how would you get it done instantly? There is a way you can quickly find out the source of any iMessage sticker.

The best part about it is that you will be able to easily discover which sticker pack or app a label belongs to even without leaving the conversation thread. Once you have found the source, you will be able to download the whole package with ease.

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How to Find iMessage Sticker Source on iPhone and iPad

How to Find From Where iMessage Sticker Came on iPhone and iPad

Note: This post is written based on iOS 11 beta 4 and Public beta 3.

Step #1. Launch Messages app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, tap on the conversation in which your friend has sent you a funny sticker.

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Step #3. Now, touch and hold on the sticker.

Tap on Sticker in iMessage on iPhone

Step #4. Next up, a menu will show up with the name of the sticker pack. Tap on From “Stickername.”

Find Source of iMessage Sticker on iPhone and iPad

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Step #5. Now, you will be taken into the iMessage App Store. You can read more information about the sticker pack and download it as usual.

Find From Where iMessage Sticker Came on iPhone and iPad

That's it!

Video: Find iMessage Stickers Source on iPhone and iPad Running iOS 11

Wrapping up:

Funny stickers have become a huge craze for messaging. They allow you to express your emotion in a fun-loving way. Personally, I love to send those bone-trickling labels to never let the conversation go out of the radar. To ensure I have a variety of arsenals, I keep on adding frenzied ones to my special library. What about you? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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