Finally, using the popular chat application on your PC is not a dream anymore. You can not only enjoy the application on a larger screen, but also control it much more comfortably using a keyboard and mouse. Do all this and more by learning all about Snapchat for Web and how it works.
Although Snapchat for Web was, once, an exclusive feature limited to Snapchat Plus subscribers initially, it is now accessible to all users. Definitely good news for all of us.
Continue reading and we will show you how to get started with the new Snapchat for Web experience.
How to use Snapchat on PC via the web
It is quite simple to use Snapchat on PC, just connect to the website and then confirm the login on your phone. Done. Snapchat has finally released the web version of the app, allowing the community to stay connected when they’re at their computers.
So, here is how to use Snapchat on PC via the web:
- Head to web.snapchat.com and log in with your Snapchat username and password.
- You’ll then be prompted to complete verification on your phone.
- Once you confirm, you will be able to access all the features of Snapchat for Web on your PC.
Once you log in to Snapchat Web from a particular device for the first time, you will only need to provide your login credentials on that initial occasion. Subsequently, you can conveniently access Snapchat without a password from the same device.
It is important to remember that not all features are available on Web Snapchat. Currently, it is not possible to open Snaps on Snapchat Web. Only the core features such as sending messages and snaps and chatting via video and voice calls are available at the moment.
What is Web Snapchat?
As the name suggests, Snapchat for Web is the web version of the popular messaging app. It was launched in July 2022 as a means to help the community to keep conversations going from their computer.
With Snapchat for Web, you can send messages and snaps, and have video and voice calls. It also includes access to the mobile app’s messaging features, including chat reactions. The company plans to bring features, including viewing Stories and Memories to the web in the future.