Ever wondered what is the reason why manages to compete against massive apps like Facebook and Instagram? While most people might that it’s the cool and innovative AR (augmented reality) features that the app offers, the real answer is the constant stream of updates that the app benefits from.
Snapchat 188.8.131.52 Beta Update
Snapchat is updated on a regular basis with software improvements that are taking its performance to the next level. That’s not all. These updates also introduce cool and exciting features that make the app more fun to use. With that said, it should come as no surprise to find out that a new update which sports the 184.108.40.206 beta version number is available to download.
The patch notes for the new 220.127.116.11 beta update are showing us that the new release aims to improve the speed and stability of Snapchat. The way that the update does that is by introducing a bundle of bug fixes that are patching various issues. To make things even better, the update also comes with “under the hood” software tweaks that are speeding up the app’s start-up time.
Here are the top features that Snapchat offers on Android and iOS:
- Snapchat opens right to the camera. Tap to take a photo, or press and hold for video.
- Add a Lens or Filter to your photo — new ones are added every day! Change the way you look, dance with your 3D Bitmoji, and discover games you can play with your face.
- Create your own Filters to add to photos and videos — or try out Lenses made by our community!
- Stay in touch and Chat with friends with live messaging, or share your day with Group Stories.
- Video Chat with up to 16 friends at once. You can even use Filters and Lenses!
- Express yourself with Friendmojis — exclusive Bitmojis made just for you and a friend.
- Watch friends’ Stories to see their day unfold.
- Watch Stories from the Snapchat community, based on your interests.
- Watch breaking news and exclusive Original Shows.
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Dan Carter was a reporter for nomad Labs, before becoming the lead editor. Dan has over forty bylines and has reported on countless stories concerning all things related to tech and science. Dan studied at CSUF.