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Snapchat introduces Lens Studio letting anyone create lenses for the community

16 December 2017 0

Fast-rising social media app Snapchat is not going away anytime soon as the company continues to bring new features and we could clearly see the innovative minds behind the company who looks forward to utilizing the latest technologies. Snapchat AR lens is a very interesting and innovative idea to be implemented into a social app to be utilized in our daily lifestyle and the company is going an extra mile by announcing Lens Studio, which is an app dedicated to creating lenses for the Snapchat community.

The app is available for free for both Mac and Desktop computers that comes along with a very easy to understand guide and tools to help the students getting started an unleash their creative sides. Even if you’re new to the world of 2D animations or if you consider yourself a professional artist, the app has a lot to offer, to help you bring your creative side to the world. Recently Snapchat introduced another feature that lets Android users send 'multi-snap' videos of 1-minute duration which you could put to test.

Once you’re done creating your lens, the app gives you a Snapcode which could be shared anywhere which others could use to unlock your lens. The company shares on their official press release as below:

With the launch of Lens Studio, we’re excited to make Lenses more accessible to creators, and experiences within Snapchat more personal and diverse. We’ve seen how much more fun Geofilters have become since first inviting the community to create their own three years ago — and can’t wait to see what you build with Lens Studio!



Snapchat introduces Lens Studio letting anyone create lenses for the community
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