Snap, the developer of Snapchat's popular message exchange service, announced the launch of a web version of its application. This means that users will be able to send messages and make video calls from their computers.
According to the source, Snapchat's web version is a cut-off version of a mobile application that focuses on the exchange of messages rather than on the creation of Stories. As in the mobile application, user messages will be automatically deleted 24 hours after viewing. Over time, developers intend to transfer more opportunities to the Snapchat web version, including the features of the updated reality.
At this stage, the Snapchat web version requires a Google Chrome browser. Further support will be extended to other web viewers. Developers are also planning to release a full Snapchat desktop application. At the time of launch of the web version, it is available to Snapchat users in Australia and New Zealand, as well as to Snapchat+ subscribers in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Remember, the Snapchat+ subscription was launched in June this year. For $3.99 per month, it provides access to some additional features.