Snap is shutting down its Camera app for desktop, which allowed users to add fun filters like cat ears and pirate hats during video calls. The company has said the product will be discontinued on January 25, without giving an explanation as to why they are abandoning it. After this date, users won’t be able to download or use Snap Camera anymore.
In 2018, the company launched Snap Camera to give creators access to face filters for video conferencing apps like Skype, YouTube, Google Hangouts and Zoom. Compatible with both Mac and Windows systems, Snap Camera enables users to change their look during a live stream or video call.
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If you don’t want to be left with a blank screen after Snap camera gets disabled later this month, it’s best to uninstall the app now and switch back to your default camera.
The company announced that its app’s web version, launched last July, is compatible with AR lenses.
Snap announced that it is dedicated to broadening Camera Kit access for the web in response to a creator on Twitter.
We’re shifting our web investments to focus on expanding access to Camera Kit for Web. Keep an eye out for more info this year and remember, you can keep using Lenses with Snapchat for Web!
Thanks for asking! We’re excited to announce that we are focusing our web-based investments on expanding access to Camera Kit for Web. Keep using Lenses on your computer with Snapchat for Web and stay tuned this year for more updates!
We’re excited to announce the launch of our new Snap AR product, which lets you explore the world with your friends through augmented reality. Now you can connect with others in a totally unique way that enhances your everyday experiences. Get ready to have some
The Snap Camera app is no more, as first spotted by The Verge. This isn’t too surprising given that last year the company cut 20% of its staff and closed down its drone product shortly after launching it.
In December, the company announced it will shutter its 2017 acquisition, Zenly social app. To focus on ecommerce partnerships and paid lenses to increase revenue with a smaller team, side projects like a desktop camera app are being cut.