Snapchat recently launched a new feature for the beta version of its Android app which allows users to use face filters even after clicking a photo. Once you’ve clicked a photograph, Snapchat will show you a ‘Smiley’ icon below the ‘Paperclip’ link icon. You have to tap it in order to access the complete range of face filters as you do when you are applying them before taking the picture.
Please note that the feature will only work if your full face is visible. If the photo doesn’t show the face clearly, the app will not show the Smiley icon which gives us the access to the face filters.
You can now use Shazam to recognize any song
Though it’s not truely a new feature, but still not much people know about this feature. So, did you know that you can use Snapchat’s Shazam integration feature to identify the name of the songs that are playing? If you don’t know, all you need to do is to launch the app and then press and hold on the camera’s viewfinder until the app recognizes the song that is playing.
You can now manually enable or disable the snap map
A while ago, Snapchat launched a new Snap Map feature which provides us their location to see they are so that they can join you or vice versa. That being said, this feature had caused lots of chaos to the people who value their privacy.
Thankfully, there’s a setting inside the Snap Map feature which allows you to keep your location to yourself not to share it. In order to do that, first launch the app and pinch in with two fingers to enter the Snap Map Mode. Here, you have to tap on the gear icon and then enable the Ghost Mode. Ghost Mode will make sure that none of your friends can see your location.
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