Hello Halloween iMessage Stickers App

Posted on October 26, 2019

Cute Halloween Stickers is now Hello Halloween iMessage Stickers and completely revamped for the 2019 Halloween Season. The new stickers are brighter, more colorful and feature a vast array of new characters. Inside the sticker pack you will find:

  • Ghosts
  • Vampires
  • Witches
  • Jack-O-Lanterns
  • Mummies
  • Candies
  • Various creepy crawlies

Your Halloween related iMessages and texts are now better than ever and ready for Halloween this year!

Download on the App Store

Hello Halloween Stickers Splash

Hello Halloween Stickers iMessage App Preview

Download on the App Store

Using iMessage Stickers

If you’re not sure what iMessage Stickers are or how to use them, head over to my blog post Learn How to Use iMessage Stickers. They have been around since iOS 10, but it’s possible you didn’t notice the feature or never made use of them.

The History of Halloween

Halloween is celebrated each year on October 31 and started as a Celtic tradition celebration Samhain. Traditionally the Celtics celebrated  Samhain to mark the end of summer, the harvest season and as a way to usher in the winter months. Because the colder months were typically quite dangerous for people (many perished in the cold winter months) a popular conception was that the ghosts of the dead returned to Earth on this night.  The day after Halloween is typically known as All Saints Day or Día de los Muertos in Mexico.

In early American history, Halloween was not widely celebrated. As more immigrants arrived in the United States, the practice of celebrating Halloween became more popular. In an effort to make it more family friendly, at the turn of the 20th century children’s parties started becoming more commonplace.

Finally, in the 21st century with the advent of modern technology we can take that celebration with us anywhere. Share the Halloween iMessage stickers with all your friends and family.  The cute characters in this sticker pack are sure to delight and entertain. I know I sure miss being able to trick-or-treat as a child. Halloween is one  of my favorite holidays and so I impart my joy and love of the holiday onto you.