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Snapchat Introduces New Filters Specifically For Cats

According to filter creator Chris Higa, previously, the app's filters have only worked on humans and dogs

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Snapchat rolls out new filters for your cat. Pixabay
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Photo-messaging app Snapchat has rolled out new filters specifically for cats that will now make it look like your pet is wearing glasses.?

The photo messaging app, known for its extensive collection of photo filters, revealed the newest update in a tweet, The Independent reported late on Saturday.

“Lenses. For cool cats and their cool cats. Try them meow,” the company wrote on the microblogging site Twitter, alongside clips of the new filters, which include devil wings, glasses, unicorn horns, flower crowns and animal ears.

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According to filter creator Chris Higa, previously, the app’s filters have only worked on humans and dogs.

To use the new cat-friendly filters, Snapchat users can simply click on their pet’s face through the lens of the app, which will bring up lenses with a paw icon on them.

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“I’m not sure my cat is a fan of the new Snapchat filters but I am sure I am,” a user tweeted. (IANS)

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Snapchat Could Run Out of Money Soon

WhatsApp's Snapchat "Stories" clone called "Status" has also hit 450 million daily users

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Snapchat to run out of steam as user growth stalls: Report. Pixabay

With just $1.4 billion in its kitty at the end of third quarter results, the already struggling multimedia messaging platform Snapchat could even lose $1.5 billion in 2019, analysts have predicted.

Snapchat lost nearly 2 million daily active users in the third quarter this year and now has 186 million daily users.

“Snapchat could run out of money well before it’s projected to break even in 2020 or 2021,” TechCrunch reported on Sunday, quoting market research firm MoffetNathanson.

Snapchat’s daily active users number shrank 1.5 per cent to 188 million in the second quarter of 2018, down from 191 million in the first quarter this year.

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Snapchat on a smartphone device. IANS

It appears that Facebook-owned Instagram “Stories” has stalled Snapchat’s growth.

More than 400 million people use Instagram’s “Stories” feature daily to post photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours.

WhatsApp’s Snapchat “Stories” clone called “Status” has also hit 450 million daily users.

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“Snap did successfully reduce the rate of its free cash flow burn from a loss of $234 million in Q2 2018 to a loss of $159 million in Q3.

“But unless Snap bounces back, it will still need either an investor or acquirer to come to its aid by 2020,” the report added. (IANS)