Snapchat the self destructing messenger has now launched a official video messenger for Android. Only ten days after it had launched beta version for testing, the Snapchat messenger is now available on Google Play.
Now you can send your friends a self destructing video upto 10 secs. The video will then self destruct in true Snapchat style. The update or new release whichever way you put it, was made available today. Snapchat blog simultaneously posted this article.
"Making Snapchat video for Android has been exciting, but has also had its fair share of challenges. The Android phones that many of us use were never designed with Snapchat in mind, and that can be tough when developing a hardware-based application. The video feeds and playback behavior can differ greatly – often with no guarantees or warnings. Some users will still experience difficulties, and we want to work with you to make Snapchat perfect (email us!), but we hope many of you simply come to love video snaps."
The Snapchat users can now send images, clips and 10 sec videos to the receipents. This update comes after two months of similar launch on iOS. The version 2.0 has a new notification bar which can be customized to deliver different alerts. The update has also increased camera frame rates.
Please get your Snapchat for Android here at Google Play.
iOs users can get the Snapchat here at Apple Store.
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