Best Snapchat Tips And Tricks
Known for its unique feature of self-destroying the images and videos, Snapchat is popular in the app world. Though it is very popular, there are certain features that some of us are not aware of. We will share certain tips and tricks so that you can get maximum out of this app.
Replay a snap
Want to see a snap one more time after you have seen it? It can be unlocked by clicking on the Snapchat screen, then tap on the settings icon and then click on manage additional services. Select the replay option. This will allow you to see the image once again in the day.
Track your friend
Go to your friend list and tap on any of the friends. Right below their name you will see a number. The number represents the score on number of snaps send and received by the friend.
Add soundtrack to your videos
To add some music to your video, enable your music app and play the song or tune you want. Go back to Snapchat and record your video. Very easy way to add music to your video.
Have bigger emojis
Pressing T icon on the top right increases the size of your text. To increase the size of the Emoticons all you need to do is have the required emoticon in the writing space and then press the T icon.
To activate this feature, go to the stories section and you will see a purple circle on the top right corner. Clicking on it will take you to a new screen which will say “discover” on it. It will show to you various content from channels CNN, MTV, National Geographic and many other channels. Click on your favourite to see their content.
Save Snapchat pics
It does not allow to the users to save the snaps or videos. To save it you need to take a screenshot of the snap. The other way to save the image is to take a picture of it using another phone.
Activate location filters
If you swipe your image to the left you can add filters like speed, time, and temperature and add some colour, but also you can activate location information. Head to settings and activate this feature.
Switching between front facing camera and rear camera
This feature might not work on all the phones, but just double tap the screen to switch between the two cameras while recording a video. This a quick way to record what’s in front of you.
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by techtalks @TechTalks December 9, 2015 8:35 AM UTC