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Snapchat Rolls Out Group Video Calling for Both Android and iOS Users
04 April 2018, 01:43 | Harold Aguilar
Snapchat gets group video calls and Mentions feature for tagging friends
Group video chat will be for up for 16 Snapchatters and you'll be able to use face lenses during the calls.
Users can either open a group chat they already have in Snapchat or they can start a new one and then select the small video icon in the chat.
In addition to Group Video Chat, Snapchat today also announced support for Mentions. Up to 16 friends can video chat together at the same time.
Starting the chat is pretty easy, as you will simply tap the video icon when in a group chat.
If you're not looking your best at that moment, no sweat: you can join the chat with just voice, as well as toggle between video and voice.
The group video chat works the same like it does on any other social platform. Start-ups also pose competition Houseparty - a teen-focused video chat app created by Meerkat founder Ben Rubin, Yevvo co-founder Itai Danino and former Tumblr executive Sima Sistani - has about 20 million users with an average session time of 51 minutes, the company told BuzzFeed News.
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