Snape Chat launches filters compatible with snakes

Nov

27

2017

based on image recognition technology
Snab Messaging Service quietly launched a new feature that shows users “filters” filters and stickers consistent with captured images, using image recognition techniques.

The new update comes just before the comprehensive redesign promised by SNAP, the owner of Snape Chat, in an effort to keep users and advertisers alive.

Snape has confirmed the launch of Mashable’s new feature, saying it began to launch filters gradually to users last week.

The filters will appear automatically between the series of filters that usually appear to the user after taking a picture or recording a video within a certain group of categories, the SNAP spokesman told the site. These categories include: concerts, beaches, pets, sports and food.

The words written on the filters correspond to the picture taken. For example, when a picture of a beach is published, Ocean View appears, and “WHAT DIET” appears. This will show the new filters with other filters that usually appear, such as filter time, temperature and speed.

Earlier this November, Snape announced that it would redesign SnapAut to reach a wider audience after disappointing financial results and slower user growth.

SNAP’s chief executive, Ivan Spiegel, said the company launched a redesign of Snape Chat, in response to requests from users who have been saying for years that understanding and using the application is difficult. “We will facilitate the discovery of the large amount of content on our platform, which is not caught or absent from view every day,” Spiegel told analysts at a conference call.

The application of Snape Chat was one of the most popular applications of social networking among young people and witnessed a significant growth, before Facebook began a war, by imitating one of the most prominent features, the stories, in almost all applications.

The current figures show that Facebook, which has the world’s largest social networking network with more than 2.07 billion active users per month, has won Snape, with Instagram subscribers exceeding 300 million a day.

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