Snapchat’s latest update is here and how lets you send 60-second videos. Well, sort of…
Another week, another Snapchat update. On iOS (unsure on Android) you can now create a 60-second video snap. All you need to do is go over to the camera and press and hold to record a video. After 10 seconds have passed, keep hold and Snapchat will automatically create a new snap. You can do this up to six times.
Each snap is still shown in 10-second clips, but it makes recording a longer message much easier. As you film, the snaps will appear as little cards at the bottom of your screen. From here you can drag a card and drop it in the bin on the right-hand side if you don’t want that snap included. Once you’re done, just send the snap to your story or to your contacts as normal.
It looks like you can upload 60-second videos from your camera roll as well. Add that to being able to add links and you’re now able to create some really good content that drives traffic to on YouTube or to your blog, product or social media profile.
What do you think to Snapchat’s recent updates? Leave a comment or send me a message on Snapchat at Milner05.