You’ve been able to make your own stickers on Cubie for quite a while and while our regular stickers have been animated from day one, the custom stickers have so far been static. Well, from now on you’ll be able to add animated frames to your own stickers, making them come alive and help convey the emotions you want them to!
It’s real simple to do, but we’ll take your hand and lead you through the steps, because we’re nice like that:
OK. Once you’ve chosen the photo or drawing you want from your photo album you’ll notice a row of frames at the bottom of the screen:
Find the one you want:
Click on done and you’re done. Now you can share them with your friends!
Isn’t Bradley Cooper the cutest? We think so. ^^
Cubie is available for free on iOS and Android here. Bradley Cooper not included.
We’ve updated Cubie Lite, the Cubie client for your desktop so that you can now collect and share custom stickers with your friends. On updating to version 1.2.74 you’ll see a ‘stamp’ icon just like on the mobile app.
Cubie Lite is a Chrome app that works inside the browser. You can install it on your Mac, PC, Linux or Chromebook computer. Enjoy!
Download and Install Cubie Lite here: http://cubie.com/desktop
***Available on Cubie today: Notre Dame Fighting Irish***
Shake down the thunder with these fun Fighting Irish themed stickers!
Download the Notre Dame stickers today! http://bit.ly/NDCubie
Our latest sticker pack comes from the guys at ICEE, makers of your favorite iced beverages!
The ICEE Polar Bear is joining the Cubie Sticker Store! Skate, Rock-out, and just CHILL with this loving and fun bear!
Get the ICEE stickers today! http://bit.ly/ICEEcubie
Get the latest sticker pack on Cubie - your favorite expressive smileys now come animated!
To get the stickers click here and download Cubie! ^6^
There’s a snake in my boot!
If you’re in the US (or Taiwan) you can now download the Toy Story stickers on Cubie!
Coming to other markets soon!
Download Cubie for iOS and Android here.
Gracias por visitarnos :D
If you’re in the US, Toy Story stickers are now available on Cubie. ^^
The claw is our master! :)
We often get support emails from users wondering how secure messaging on Cubie is, and in light of greater privacy concerns from technology journalists and the general public we thought we’d explain how we at Cubie try to keep your messaging experience safe and secure as well as fun.
Messages sent through Cubie are fully encrypted, meaning that the information transmitted is unreadable. This is pretty much, or should be, the industry standard for chat applications. We use TLS (Transfer Layer Security) to ensure that messages sent are only readable by the intended recipient.
This encryption is performed for all message types on Cubie, whether they are text, photos, drawings or voice. We believe that Cubie is one of only a few chat applications available that provides full encryption across all message types, rather than just text alone. As messaging security improves we will always offer the most robust tools to keep your messages safe.
When you send messages on Cubie they are sent to our servers and then relayed to the intended recipient, whether that’s your friend, your mother or your cat. Message content is stored only until the recipient receives the message, and then it is permanently deleted from our servers. When your friend opens the app and reads the message, poof! it’s gone from our servers. It’s nobody’s business what you’re chatting about, and it would cost a lot of $$$ to keep our servers full of your messages, plus it’s super creepy, so we don’t do it.
In the past, users have requested records of chats they’ve accidentally deleted. Sorry! We don’t have any to give you. :////
Flashes and Whispers
Many of you love using the disappearing text (whispers) and photo (flashes) functions available in Cubie. If you think that your friend might use photos or things you’ve said against you, using these fun features is a good way to avoid this. Again, we don’t keep any record of flashes or whispers so it’s literally as if they were never sent. Which is kind of the point, no? ^^
Click on the timer icon to make any text or photo message self destruct.
Passwords and Pincodes
Accounts on Cubie are created using your phone number and a pincode sent to you. Once created you can add a passcode lock to your account so even if your phone is unlocked by someone they are unable to access your chats on Cubie. To set up a passcode, visit the Settings menu under the Privacy heading. On our desktop version, you must use a pincode that appears in the mobile application. This way, whether on your phone or your PC, your Cubie chats are better protected.
What we know about you
We’re sure you’re all awesome and great and all but actually, we don’t need to know every tiny detail about you. Often we will ask for your Cubie ID if you have an issue with your account or report a bug. We need this to check information such as the phone you’re using so our developers can test it. No personal information is stored and we know nothing more about you than a stranger in the street.
Some other tips
We’ll do our best to keep your messages on Cubie secure, but there are several things you can do to protect yourself as well. We provide blocking and group chat features so that you can chat with people on your terms. You can also clear your entire chat history by visiting the in-chat options which removes everything that went on in that chat room. (this isn’t reversible so make sure you really want to delete it). Be aware that the content will continue to exist on your friend’s phone.
You should also be wary of giving out personal information on Cubie or anywhere else on the Internet. Be safe out there yo!
Cubie is available for free on iOS, Android and in the Chrome Web App Store.