It is similar to BeReal.
Now Snapchat has a dual camera angle. And with it, a similar functionality to the BeReal application.
Snapchat came out today with a new functionality where you can choose to take photos or video while using both cameras at the same time. This means that you can, for example, depict both you kicking the ball and where the ball ends at the same time. Or harass your colleague by forcing them to join a caption – which we naturally did.
Snapchat is calling the feature “Dual Mode,” which they originally launched earlier this year as part of “Director’s Mode,” but is said to want to give the feature a more visible location, meaning you’ll now find it on the front of the screen. Toolbar.
Snapchat users will be able to choose from several different layouts, such as portrait, landscape, picture-in-picture, and clip art. Other tools, such as music, stickers, and lenses will be available at the same time.
The feature will be available globally to all Snapchat users on iOS with iPhone XS/XR or later, starting August 29. Android users will have access in the coming months.
Jin Ming, camera product manager at Snap Inc.
However, the new Snapchat functionality may have become popular through a completely different service, namely be realistic. With BeReal, users are encouraged to take “real” photos of daily life and send a notification to users at a random time during the day. When you receive the notification, you have two minutes to take a picture with both cameras at the same time.
Instagram, which may not be known to encourage such snaps, also announced earlier this month that it was working on a similar feature.
Meta, who owns Instagram, is not even confirmed the edge They tested the “IG Candid feature”
This feature is an internal prototype, and is not tested externally, Meta spokeswoman Kristen Bay told the website.
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