Snap Inc. has just revealed that it is introducing a set of augmented reality games to its Snapchat app soon.
To play Snappables, users need to select one of the game Lenses from the Snapchat camera and follow the on-screen instructions and can invite friends and family to compete.More news: Wife shot husband's mistress dead then killed herself after discovering their affair
According to SnapChat, Snappables live right where Lenses do. Just choose one and get your game face on! Then, SnapChat users can invite their friends to play along too.
Apart from games, Snapchat users can now also enjoy different AR experiences like starting a rock band, arrange a dance party, play basketball, etc.
Other Snappables are more game-like.More news: Herdsmen Kill Two Priests, 14 Worshipers in Benue
Snapchat is continuing to build features on top of its signature selfie filters, and its newest addition may have you making insane faces in public. The feature will be located where Lenses are normally found in the app. "Snappables" have been shown off for the first time in the video below.
Now there's a whole new way to share experiences with friends on Snapchat - Snappables! The games were included in the Lenses as well and the new Snappables feature could actually bring a more polished version of the previous games. The latest Snappables feature will be rolled out to Android and iOS devices by the end of this week, the company has confirmed. It will be interesting to see how these games will be received and whether they will be able to bolster user counts and more importantly, its ad revenue.More news: TCS market cap breaches $100 billion mark, ahead of rival Accenture
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