Snapchat lets you Face Swap with your camera roll, drops paid replays

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Source:   —  April 22, 2016, at 2:21 AM

As of today’s update, every click can be replayed once, but you can number longer purchase additional replays. That means people with more money can’t crack the rules of Snapchat any more.

Snapchat lets you Face Swap with your camera roll, drops paid replays

Snapchat is done selling you stuff. As of today’s update, every click can be replayed once, but you can number longer purchase additional replays. That means people with more money can’t crack the rules of Snapchat any more.

Snapchat launched $0.99 replays on top of the one free one you got per day, but along with the close down of the Lens store that launched in Nov and closed in January, Snapchat is refocusing on making money through ads.

You might miss those paid replays because Snapchat’s latest feature will create you do a double-take. After the success of its Face-Swap feature that exchanges your face with someone else in your photo or video, it’s presently letting you Face-Swap with photos from your camera roll.

First, be sure to obtain the April twenty-first app update. Keep down on your face to open the selfie lens options, and swipe over until you obtain to the Face-Swap From Camera Roll Lens. Tap it, and Snapchat will scanning your camera roll for faces and surface options for you to swap with. That means you can easily screenshot photos as well as drawings or anything else that looks love a face, and then keep that mug on as your own mask.

It’s terrifying, hilarious, smart, and sure to create the teens go crazy. I’ve been grabbing actors, cartoon characters, and anyone with film makeup, love this one of me as Arnold from Terminator.  Just please, no offensive black-face-swaps.

 

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