Snapchat now available on Chrome web browser

Snapchat announced Snapchat for Web, which is a new Chrome browser version of the app that lets the Snapchat community stay connected through their cameras while sitting in front of their computers.



Snapchat now available on Chrome web browser

Snapchat for the web also includes messaging features like chat reactions and chat reply, and they are also planning to roll out lenses. The new version of the browser is currently available to Snapchat+ subscribers in the US, UK, and Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand.

More Business Benefits of Snapchat

The new version of Snapchat’s Chrome browser is great news for all small businesses that use the popular social media platform to interact with their customers, as business owners no longer need to communicate with customers only. through their phone.

Working at a desk is common, and being able to access Snapchat interactions from a desktop or laptop can make the whole process easier.

Snapchat for the web helps ‘keep conversations going’

Via a statement on their website, Snapchat said: “Every day, 332 million people open Snapchat on their phone and, with our camera, can start conversations with their real friends. Today we’re introducing Snapchat for the web, a new way for our community to stay connected through our camera while they’re in front of their computer.

“Open your laptop and head to web.snapchat.com using Chrome to start a call or pick up where chats left off on mobile. With over 100 million Snapchatters using our voice and video calls each month in medium, we’re excited to offer our community a new way to continue conversations on their computers, where they already work, learn and browse.

The cool thing about Snapchat is that even if your business isn’t using the platform, the app creators’ journey is a valuable lesson for any entrepreneur. In a previous interview, Snapchat co-founder Evan Spiegel explained how Snapchat came to be, saying, “Before we started Snapchat, we made this thing called ‘Future Freshman,’ which was designed to help kids to get into college, and it totally failed. We worked on it for a year and a half, and it just bombed.

Spiegel continued: “It was a very instructive experience for us because after that, rather than trying to make this really complicated and sophisticated software, we decided that we had to start with a simple concept, build it and see if people love it, then go from there.

Regarding Spiegel’s advice to start-ups, he said, “The most important thing for any start-up in particular is to just put one foot in front of the other and not get caught up in ‘I want to raise a lot of money first'”. ‘ or ‘I want to put together a business presentation first’ or ‘I want to build a great team first’. But really, the first and most important step is to serve the customer.

Snapchat’s Impressive Stats

According to Earthweb, Snapchat has 293 million daily active users in 2022, with 3.5 billion snaps sent every day using Snapchat messaging.

The platform made $2.5 billion in revenue in 2020, in a year it was valued at $19.4 billion. By 2021, Snapchat’s value had soared to $90.9 billion.

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