Snapchat introduces a new dual camera feature for iOS devices

Snapchat’s dual camera feature is already rolling out to iOS devices and offers four different modes to choose from.

SnapchatInstagram had added the dual camera feature last month.

Snapchat has launched a new dual camera feature that allows users to record or take photos using both the front and rear cameras. This is a really useful feature that has been well received by most of the Snapchat community.

It is interesting to note that Snapchat is not the first company to implement the dual camera feature. The latest social media platform, BeReal, had this feature for quite some time, with Instagram joining the hype train in July of this year.

To use the newly introduced dual camera on eligible phones, simply open the camera app, tap the dual camera option on the screen, and you’re good to go. It’s available for Spotlight videos, Stories, and Snaps.

Also, the new dual camera feature offers four layouts, namely portrait, landscape, picture-in-picture, and crop. While the first two are fairly self-explanatory, picture-in-picture mode shows a circular front camera on top of the rear view camera. Crop mode allows users to take a selfie and paste it onto the rear camera image.

Additionally, Snapchat allows users to use creative tools, including music, glasses, and stickers. Right now, Snapchat Dual Camera is rolling out for iPhone XR or later, with support for Android devices in the near future.

In related news, Snapchat’s revenue could see a bigger drop compared to Apple and Google.

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