Snapchat Launched New Features for Coronavirus
News Desk, News Nation 360 : In the wake of the global pandemic, Snapchat has launched a range of creative tools, features and content for its community in India to learn, create and share. This includes the innovative Snap camera, sticker packs, lenses, filters and content in Discover. From making the mundane video conference sessions fun to keeping up to date with the news, connecting with close friends and family to creating Snapsterpieces, the tools ensure a refreshing, positive break from the daily monotony that comes with self-isolation. There are SNAP CAMERA : Self-isolating workers around the world have been turning to Snap Camera to add some fun to their video meetings. Fresh from Zoom background changes, office workers around the world are going a step further to add levity during this tough time and arrive in a new digital wardrobe every day, by using Snap Camera with Google Hangouts, Zoom and Teams, NEW LENSES : Snap has introduced two new experiences that give Snapchatters more easily-digestible information on how to stay safe using augmented reality. The information shared are aligned with recommendations from the World Health Organisation. There are a new Snappable AR game lets myth-bust some of the most common inaccuracies around Coronavirus and learn more about the facts, A special lens which allows users to show that they are staying at home. Also, there are NEW FILTERS AND STICKERS : Starting this week, Snapchatters in India will find stickers and filters they can use to encourage themselves and each other to stay home, stay safe, practice social distancing, wash their hands and work from home and NEW BITMOJI : Bitmoji has always always been a fun and fast way to communicate visually with friends and loved ones, and new stickers help raise awareness about COVID-19 in a lighthearted, personal way in your messages. Bitmoji has released 6 stickers with friendly health reminders like Keep Your Distance, Wash Your Hands!, and Stay Healthy, Helpful, and Calm - with more on the way.
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Report : Anustup Kundu