News Release #60 – Hawaii supporting iPhone Message Stickers have launched!

News Release #60 – Hawaii supporting iPhone Message Stickers have launched!

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News Release #60 – Hawaii supporting iPhone Message Stickers have launched!

Support Hawaii through iPhone 111 stickers!
Hawaii's character 'Diamond Headog' is finally available in Message Stickers now! FREE download for a limited time!

Endorsed by Hawaii Tourism Japan, the social contribution project “111-HAWAII PROJECT” will start it’s distribution of Message sticker pack for iPhone users of the project’s official characters “Diamond Headog” and “Diamond Headolphin”, a Diamond Head shaped doggie and dolphin, at the App Store for FREE from 4/4/2017~6/30/2017! Download HERE.

This Message Sticker pack includes 40 variations of greetings and expressions of  the cute Hawaii born characters “Diamond Headog & Headolphin” that could be used in daily life. The pack also includes 20 animated stickers bringing you the Hawaii feeling with its chill and cute style. If you’re a Hawaii fan too, why not use them with your friends, coworkers, or family to communicate?

■About the Message Stickers for iPhone

Apple introduced the new Messages framework in iOS 10 which lets users interact with apps directly within Messages. “Stickers” is one of the many features, where users can tap to send stickers in a thread, adjust their size, or place them on top of bubbles, other stickers, and photos, letting people express themselves in richer ways without leaving conversations!

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Distributed for FREE through 6/30 in commemoration of the donation for 2016!

To commemorate our presentation of the project’s donation towards Hawaii’s non-profit organization KUPU on 3/29, this sticker pack can be downloaded for FREE until the end of June. Download it now!

【Sticker name】 111-HAWAII PROJECT Diamond Headog
【Free/limited time】1 pack (40 stickers) / FREE through 6/30/2017
【How to download】from the App Store > itunes.apple.com/app/id1186546158

■Also available through:

[ the App Store ]
Tap on the search icon on the botom of the App Store, and type “111-Hawaii”

[ the Message App ]
Launch Message and tap on the “App Store icon” right next to the text area
>tap “App Shelf icon” (four ellipses in a grid) > then tap “Store” (plus sign)
After the App Store launches within Message, tap on the search icon on the top left, and type “111-Hawaii” and hit search

■How to use the stickers:

Once you have downloaded the stickers, launch Message and tap on the “App Store icon” right next to the text area
> tap on “App Shelf icon” (four ellipses in a grid)
There you should see the “111-HAWAII” icon! If you don’t see the icon, try below:

■How to setup the stickers:

Launch Message and tap on the “App Store icon” right next to the text area
> tap “App Shelf icon” (four ellipses in a grid) > then tap “Store” (plus sign)
After the App Store launches within Message, tap on the “Manage” tab on the top right
Turn on the button of the sticker, then tap “Done”. You should be good to go!

 

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© 111-HAWAII PROJECT / Diamond Headog™
Special thanks to:  Newton Japan Inc.  (newtonjapan.com)

 

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■About Diamond Headog and Diamond Headolphin

Once upon a time, along the slopes of Diamond Head, a large chunk of lava stone broke into 2 pieces and tumbled down from the top of Diamond Head. One of them fell into the crater and became Diamond Headog. The other fell into the ocean and became Diamond Headolphin. With our big heads filled with thoughts to make everyone love Hawaii, we work hard everyday so everyone will enjoy their stay in our home, Hawaii. Aloha & Mahalo!

 

■About 111-HAWAII PROJECT

Although there are many local small businesses in Hawaii with wonderful made in Hawaii products, the sad truth is that the majority of these products usually remain unnoticed due to their lack of acknowledgment. 111-HAWAII PROJECT is about working together with local businesses to develop stronger branded products in a single unified “111-HAWAII” brand to raise the value of Made in Hawaiis and revitalize the community. At the same time, portions of all sales will be donated to local non-profit organizations who will help lead the positive ecological growth of our Hawaii. This project is about the Hawaii Tourism Japan and various local business, and us standing together as “1” to help our home Hawaii.

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