Snapchat has announced the rollout of the desktop version of its app to its entire user base along with messaging features, glasses, and a dedicated privacy screen.
The social network already launched its web version last July. However, back then its release was limited to Snapchat+ subscribers in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
From now on, any Snapchat user can access its desktop version, as confirmed by Snap itself, the app’s parent company, in a statement published on its website.
Access to Snapchat Web is via web.snapchat.com, where subscribers can log in with their app username and password to find your conversations right where you left off on mobile.
Snapchat Web includes all the messaging features of the mobile app, such as chat reactions/responses, and lenses. In addition, it has a novelty with a privacy screen that will hide the Snapchat window if it is clicked to perform another task.