Snapchat upgrades its messaging app with 'multi-snap recording feature'
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The multimedia mobile application, Snapchat, has upgraded its messaging app with new features.
Snapchat has removed one of the abnormalities from its app which restricted the video limit to 10 seconds.
The company will allow its users to record six 10-second clips continuously without interruption, though the videos will still appear to viewers as 10 separate clips.
It will be different from the videos posted on Instagram or Whatsapp.
The users will have the option of posting any number of videos out of the 6 that they shoot. They are not required to post the entire sixty seconds segment. The videos will be posted in chronological order but the user can eliminate any part of the six videos.
Before the updated feature, a Snapchat user could record a new 10-second video only after deleting or posting the existing one.
Besides the 10-second continuous video shoot, Snapchat is also coming up with another feature called "Tint Brush" which will allow its users to highlight a part of their snap.
The multi snap recording feature will be available only to iPhone users, while the company has assured its roll out for Android users in the future.
The Tint Brush feature will be available for both iOS and Android.