Snapchat just announced Snapchat for Web
Snap for Web, a new way to communicate with pals on a computer was just introduced by Snap. Even while Snapchat uses the wider screen to display a list of pals in a sidebar on the left, using the browser is remarkably similar to using the mobile app. Paid Snapchat+ subscribers in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand can use chats and video calls as early access capabilities. All Snapchat users, worldwide, will eventually be able to access Snapchat from a computer.
You need Google’s Chrome browser to use Snapchat on the web, and it’s recommended that you update to the most recent version. If you’re a Snapchat+ subscriber in a supported region, you should be able to log in right now on your computer’s Chrome browser at web.snapchat.com. The browser version of Snapchat is compatible with Windows, macOS, and Chrome OS.
Just a few weeks ago, Snap unveiled Snapchat+, a mechanism to grant the platform’s most devoted users early access to new features. The options to customize the app’s icon, pin a friend to the top of your conversation history, and see who rewatched your narrative are among its main features. There might be some kinks that need to be worked out over time when new features are implemented.
Like Snapchat’s smartphone software, Snapchat for the web is designed with creativity in mind. It opens on the camera screen, making it simple to quickly capture a snap to send to a buddy throughout the day without having to take the phone out of charge. Up to 16 people can now participate in Snapchat video conversations in the browser, fully using your larger screen.
There are currently only snaps, chats, and video calls; other features will be added over time. The priority is lenses, which will be available soon. The ability to use Snapchat on a PC could keep more users interested throughout the day and aid in the social network’s growth.