Snapchat Goes Live On Desktop for Premium Users
Snapchat just announced that they’re launching a web version of their app. This means that users can access Snapchat from a desktop computer, which makes it easy for them to Live stream on their website or embeds their stream on other websites. The new feature debuted Wednesday and is only available for paid members, but the desktop site does not require a premium subscription. Our first episode is now live on Snapchat and we are so excited! You can Livestream right now on your phone and you can even embed your stream on your website. Users can log in to the site with their Snapchat credentials, after which they will be able to see all of the same content they are used to viewing on the app
Snapchat Web Version
This is good news for Snap chatters who want to use the app on desktop but don’t want to shell out $9.99 per month or $19.99 every three months for a premium membership. You can get access to all of the same features, including Live and Chat, from the web version by logging in with your username and password that you use on your mobile device (which you might already have for other sites).
Users who sign up on the desktop will be able to access the Discover tab, Snap Store (where you can buy things like Bitmoji stickers), and Lenses (those camera filters) as well as send Snaps but not Stories to friends and groups by clicking their names in the top right corner of their profiles.
The app’s Live feature, which debuted in November 2020, is only available for paid members. But the desktop site does not require a premium subscription.
The desktop site is a way to access your account from a desktop computer; it’s intended for premium users who want to log in and access their Snapchat account from that device.
“Our first episode is now live on Snapchat and we are so excited!” said the company
The company announced the new feature on Thursday, saying it was a direct response to user feedback. The live video option is available for all users who have upgraded to the paid version of Snapchat, called Giphy World Live.
You can live stream right now on your phone and you can even embed your stream on your website!
This update is pretty big because it’s the first time we’ve seen someone attempt to bring full-fledged web content directly into Snapchat without any browser or app needed. In other words: no more jumping between apps just to view certain types of content!
Livestream through your Phone
Snapchat users can live stream right now on their phone and they can even embed their stream on their website. This will be especially helpful for people who are worried about running out of space on their phones or tablet.
Users can log in to the site, select a video that is relevant to them, and start streaming from anywhere in the world. The service also allows you to chat with fans while streaming live so you can interact with them during your broadcast.
Just a Click Away
The new site, which will be available for about 1 million users in the United States, allows users to log in with their Snapchat credentials. From there, they can view all of the same content they’re used to seeing on their phones and tablets.
Users of the website will be able to embed their streams on their websites or blogs as well.
Save your Phone’s Space
If you’re worried about running out of space on your phone or tablet, this is a great feature to have. Snapchat is an app that allows users to share photos and videos with friends and family.
Snapchat is especially popular among young people because it has features like Stories (a storyboard of multimedia content) and Geofilters (the ability to add “decorations” to images by location). The app also gives users the ability to send messages that disappear after a few seconds, which makes them feel more secure about sending sensitive information.
More Premium Features
Snapchat has been adding more premium features recently as it tries to attract new users. The app’s Live feature, which debuted in November 2020, is only available for paid members, but the desktop site does not require a premium subscription.
No phone, No Worries
Snapchat’s new desktop app means that you don’t have to use your phone for everything anymore!
Snapchat is a social media platform, video and photo sharing platform, and messaging platform. And as of today, it has become the first major social media site with an official desktop app.
The new app gives users more control over what they see on their feed and also lets them take advantage of some features that aren’t available on mobile devices like the ability to record live video or post animated selfie lenses by using a webcam instead of just the front-facing camera on your phone.
The new app is only available for premium users, but it’s a great alternative if you’re looking for something more convenient. You can log in to the site with your Snapchat credentials, after which you’ll be able to see all of the same content you’re used to viewing on your phone or tablet. This will be especially helpful for people who are worried about running out of space on their devices when using Live snaps!
Live snaps are poised to get even better with the new “Snap Store,” an in-app feature that allows you to explore premium content without having to leave the app. The designs are fresh, and different artists contributed different sets of content, ranging from photography filters to stickers and 3D objects. There’s plenty of content, and it is sure to appeal to all kinds of Snapchat users. It’s another small step towards making Snapchat a place where you can discover new products as well as new people. The future of live stickers, in other words, looks very promising indeed.