Snapchat is a mobile messaging application used to share photos, videos, text, and drawings. It’s free to download the app and free to send messages using it.
To use snapchat filters go to the Camera screen in Snapchat.
Hit anywhere on the screen. Lens options will appear below.
Use your rear-facing camera for better quality.
Swipe left to select the Lens you want to use.
Follow any action prompts that appear, like ‘Raise Your Eyebrows’.
Tap the capture button to take a Snap, or press and hold on the capture button to record a video.
Understand what the Lenses feature offers. The most recognizable Lens was one of their first: puking rainbows. Since then, Snapchat has continued to push out new Lenses regularly — face swapping, various animal faces, character transformations, facial contortions, “Birthday Party,” and more.
Acknowledge the mobile device and hardware limitations of Lenses. Lenses do not work with the majority of Android smartphones, and only with recent iPhones (though there have even been reported inconsistencies with recent iPhones). If you don’t have a new device, there’s a good chance that you won’t be able to get Lenses to work, and even if you do there is a chance it just may not work.
Update Snapchat. You’ll need to make sure that you’re running the latest version of Snapchat to access Lenses. You can update Snapchat from the App Store or Google Play Store.Switch Snapchat to Selfie mode. Lenses works by recognizing a face and then morphing it with effects. You can use it with either your forward-facing or rear-facing camera, but you may find it easiest to test with the front-facing camera. Opening the app will take you directly to your main camera. There are two ways to access the forward-facing camera:Hold your phone away so you can see your entire face.
Press and hold your face on the screen until the whole geometric shape is completeSelect the Lens that you want to use.
Follow the instructions for the Lens you chose.Take or record a Snap.
Send your Snap