Snapchat Introduces Lens Studio To Allow Users To Make Their Own Face Filters

Posted: Apr 19 2018, 10:50am CDT | by , in Other Stuff


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Snapchat Introduces Lens Studio To Allow Users to Make Their Own Face Filters

With the most recent update, Snapchat had disappointed many of its users. So much so that many even decided to stop using it altogether. But the company hasn’t given up yet and it is still trying to come back to the surface, pushing itself hard.

In the most recent announcement from Snapchat, we saw that its developer platform is now expanding. Snapchat is going to allow its users to create their own face filters for the first time. We can see how the company is trying to stay on board as something keeps coming up every now and then.

Just four months back the Lens Studio was introduced; this was the feature which allowed the users to build their own augmented reality objects that can be added to Snapchats. With this newest development, Snap has had to add seven new Lens filters which could allow the building of masks including face paint and the ability to add 3D items to the face.

But that’s not all; Snapchat has also made another announcement regarding the arrival of the Official Creator Program. This program is going to allow Snapchat to give additional promotions and technical support to the top creators. These creators will also be allowed to gain early access to any new Snapchat features as well as access to new templates ahead of their public availability.

We can see that Snapchat is trying hard to keep its users on board and also to bring back those who have been attracted to Instagram which seems to be taking everything from Snap already.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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