Snapchat for Android now lets you send 60-second ‘multi-snap’ videos

Snapchat is the application through which you can communicate with your friends using photographs and videos. Sanpchat added a new feature to Android that allows you to send 60-second multi-snap videos. Before this feature Snapchat allows you to record videos up to 10 seconds in length. As Snapchat struggles for its relevance, So it searches a new way for its users, it decided to allow longer videos.


As you know Snapchat runs on both platform Android and iOS. iOS got this feature of ‘multi-snaps’ a few months ago. But according to Android users, it is not possible for them to record a video up to 60 seconds. In Android, you simply have to keep your finger on the record button for 10-second mark and after that, it will continue to record. You will get pane pops showing that you have already got 10 seconds of video and this happens subsequently.

You can delete any individual 10-second video parts if it is in weird ways and you want to delete then you can do once the recording gets completed. Users can make any kind of edits to there video by adding filters, text and so on. Once the video is ready you can share in various ways, either to one or more friends or by adding to your story.

Right now in Snapchat, there are Halloween theme paint brush strokes that allows you to draw with a stream of pumpkins, ghosts and much more which gives you nice spooky touch. It is not clear whether these changes were made server-side or came with the latest update a few days ago. You can download the Snapchat app here

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Via: Android Police