After much anticipation, Snapchat for browsers is now accessible worldwide. Customers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand were the only countries who could initially access desktop applications online.
Users of Snapchat for the web are able to send messages, view their friends’ snaps, and make video and voice calls. The desktop edition includes the same messaging features as the mobile app, such as chat reactions. There are more than 10 bundled video call lenses.
In order to use Snapchat, users must go to web.snapchat.com and log in with their Snapchat login details. Users must log in before they may turn on two-factor authentication on their mobile devices. The web edition of Snapchat allows users to continue a conversation. It was started on a mobile device exactly where it left off.
Snapchat’s Desktop Edition Inserts a Laptop Bitmoji
To indicate that you are using the app on a computer, Snapchat’s desktop edition inserts a laptop Bitmoji into chats. Additionally, the Snapchat window will be hidden if the user clicks on something else to safeguard the user’s privacy.
Furthermore, like the mobile app, Snapchat site conversations will be deleted after 24 hours. Snapchat desktop users will not be enabled to record Snaps in any way, according to Snap Inc.
To make it simpler to access unread snaps and chats from friends, Snapchat is introducing new discussion shortcuts at the top of the chats. They are similar to those available at the top of the app’s desktop edition.
Additionally, Snapchat is introducing “Question Stickers,” a brand-new feature. It will let users post questions in an AMA-style manner right inside their narratives.