HALLA WALLA launches a festive season Ramadan emoji pack

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Dubai, UAE : Ya Halla! Everyone’s favourite Arab emoji app is back with a special Ramadan Pack of emoji stickers and gifs to keep your spirits well and truly up during the holy month. From sesame dates to suhoor, Halla Walla’s new range lets you share the Ramadan experience with friends and family in a fun and exciting way.  

Since launching, HALLA WALLA has gained applause from all corners of the globe; praising the app for it’s distinctively proud and humorous tone of celebrating Arab culture through it’s many beautiful and nostalgic traditions.

This new expansion pack releases May 26th to coincide with the first evening of Ramadan, celebrates the many different regional traditions that revolve around the special month and will feature emojis depicting all the familiar and loved customs we grew up with.

Breaking your fast with sesame seeds and dates each evening; fragrances of bukhoor (scented bricks) wafting out of the kitchen while your mother prepares the Gahwa (Arabic Coffee). The feasts, the waiting, the ghabga

gatherings (family & friends gatherings, usually involves food), the family, reaching halfway through the month for gerga3oon (Mid Ramadan celebrations in Bahrain and other GCC countries) and sympathizing with each other over thirst and cravings.

HALLA WALLA’s Ramadan Pack helps you share these special moments with your loved ones, giving each other the strength and good humour to persevere through your fast and honour these sacred traditions.

About Halla Walla:

Halla Walla is the new keyboard emoji & sticker app that captures the conversation of the Arab and Khaleeji lifestyle. Derived from the saying which roughly translates to ‘what’s up’, the app pursues the many glimpses of our culture that we know and love, translating them into the tech age through relatable characters, nostalgic themes and playful GIFs.

As the region’s first comprehensive digital communication kit, Halla Walla’s stickers and emojis allow users to express themselves in Arabic or English, spice up photos and chat with stickers on iMessage, as well as send GIFs to friends and family, both on Android and IOS handsets.