Snapchat has finally made its web app available to all users worldwide. The app was initially launched in July to Snapchat+ subscribers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Now, anyone with a Snapchat account can log in to web.snapchat.com and start using the app on their computer.
Snapchat for Web offers many of the same features as the mobile app, including:
- Sending and receiving messages
- Sharing snaps (photos and videos)
- Making video and voice calls
- Using Lenses (augmented reality filters)
- Chatting with friends
The web app also has a few features that are not available on the mobile app, such as the ability to drag and drop snaps and messages, and the ability to use a keyboard to type messages.
How to use Snapchat for Web
To use Snapchat for Web, simply go to web.snapchat.com and log in with your Snapchat account. Once you are logged in, you can start using the app just like you would use the mobile app.
Why Snapchat for Web is important
Snapchat for Web is a major milestone for the company, as it finally gives users a way to use the app on a computer. This is important because many people prefer to use social media on their computers, rather than on their phones. Additionally, Snapchat for Web could help the company attract new users, as it makes the app more accessible to people who do not have a smartphone.
Snapchat for Web is a welcome addition to the Snapchat platform. It is a convenient way to use the app on a computer, and it could help the company attract new users.
- Snapchat for Web is currently available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.
- The web app is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge.
- Snapchat for Web is still under development, so some features may be missing or buggy.