Snapchat launched a couple of new features in July this year. The Multi-Snap feature enabled users to post up to six 10 second clips at a time so they had a total of 60 seconds to express themselves in video. This feature was initially only available on iOS devices but that changes today. Snapchat has now brought over its Multi-Snap feature to Android devices.
Users could only record videos of up to 10 seconds in length previously. It was part of Snapchat’s plan to keep things short and sweet. However, as it tries very hard to maintain its relevance and find new ways to engage with users, Snapchat has decided to embrace longer videos.
Android users can now record videos up to 60 seconds as well. Users can do this my just keeping their finger on the record button after the initial 10 second mark. The app will continue to record.
A little pane will be displayed to notify the user that they’ve already recorded 10 seconds of video. This is going to happen for every subsequent 10 second snap up to a total of 6.
Once the video clips have been recorded, users will have the ability to delete any of the individual 10 second clips. It will also be possible to add filters, text, and more to add flair to the clips. The finished video can be shared directly with friends or added to Stories.