Friday, March 31, 2023

It's all about technology

Sounds new features of the Snapchat app

The Snapchat platform has nearly 250 million users who deal with augmented reality regularly through the platform, according to its latest report. A mission distribution for content creators to share their music with fans.

The company adds that since the launch of Sounds, videos created with music from Sounds on Snapchat combined have led to more than 2.7 billion videos created and over 183 billion views. Snapchat has now announced new creative tools for “Sounds,” including Sounds. Recommendations for use with Lenses and a Sounds Sync feature for use with Camera Roll which is expected to make it easier for users to create and share.

Sounds Recommendations feature for use with Lenses 

This is a new way for Snapchatters to find the perfect sound that complements the Lens. When you activate Lens filters on a photo or video, users will receive a one-tap option to add a related sound from the Sounds library. 

Sounds Sync with photos and videos 

The audio sync tool will allow Snapchatters to create montage videos that will automatically be to the beat of the audio tracks from the sound library, and users can choose between 4-20 photos/videos from their camera roll.

“By expanding the sound experience, Snapchat is making it easier and faster for Snapchatters to discover music they love and share it with friends,” said Manny Adler, Head of Music Strategy at Snap. “Snapchat has also created a unique opportunity for artists to reach a valuable and engaged audience, while also directing fans to listen.” to the full song on streaming services”.

Get notified whenever we post something new!

Continue reading

Celebrities Refuse to Pay for Blue Check Verification on Twitter’s New Subscription Service

On April 1, Twitter announced that it will remove blue checks from “legacy verified” users who don’t sign up for a Twitter Blue subscription, a move that is part of new owner Elon Musk’s plan to make Twitter profitable

Amazon Enables T-Mobile Customers to Make Hands-Free Calls with Alexa-Enabled Devices

Amazon has recently introduced a new feature that allows T-Mobile customers to use their Alexa-enabled devices, such as Echo Dot or Echo Show, to make or receive hands-free Wi-Fi call

German Regulator Launches Antitrust Review of Microsoft’s Market Power

The German regulator responsible for enforcing antitrust laws is investigating Microsoft's market power, a move that may result in an examination of the tech giant's business practices and potential bans if they are deemed to damage competition