At the top right, you’ll see a sticker icon, which yields a bunch of emoji-like graphics you can use to gussy up your image. If you’re not in love with the default sans serif font in a gray bar across your photos, tap the text icon again, and you get more options.And the icon at the very right is a pen, which can be used for doodling all over your masterpiece.There are even some cool geo-located filters based on where you are, whether it’s in a city or at an event.(Custom-made geo-filters for festivities like weddings are all the rage these days.) Alternatively, before you take a photo, press and hold on a person’s face and Snapchat’s lens options will pop up.Snapchat’s camera filters are the app’s secret weapon.
We aim to create an environment that is fun and interactive because we believe that if learners enjoy their classes, they are more motivated to progress in their studies.publication.) Sure, there are also buttons you can press to reach these screens (the bottom-left square for your chats, the top-center ghost for your account, and the bottom-right hamburger menu for your stories), but kids these days swipe their Snapchat like it’s Tinder—another app you’re probably too old to be using.Mastering the Camera Snapchat’s camera works a little differently than the default Android or i OS camera app, so it’s worth walking through.At the bottom left, if you shot a video, there’s a mute button, so you can mask out the noise from your movie.
If you shot a picture, a timer icon appears there instead, allowing you to set the duration that your photo will be on screen.For instance, if you tap on the shutter button it will take a photo, but if you hold down on it, Snapchat will record video.