Now send GIFs with music on Snapchat
Snapchat is one of the popular ephemeral messaging social media, but recently the Snapchat users base is falling, with a lower rate in the user growth. Instagram revealed the large user base and celebrated it with the launch of the new IGTV feature, and we come to know the total users of Snapchat is lower than the Instagram Story users, and this is too low in comparison with the rival app, event the concept of Instagram Story is somehow developed by the Snapchat, but now the things have changed. To grow its user base Snapchat is constantly bringing some new features like we have seen the feature, where users can play some delightful games in the Snapchat application only. And now according to some reports, the new feature allows users to send GIFs with music on Snapchat.
With the new feature in the Snapchat, the user will be able to add musical GIFs to their Snapchat stories or they can send it directly to a chat also. For this new feature, Snapchat is working with a third-party service called TuneMoji. With this new feature, Snapchat users will be able to search GIFs from a gallery, and not only this, a song of own choices can be searched and added to the GIFs before sending it to anyone, but the TuneMoji support doesn’t come with the in-app support. This means, if you want to send musical GIFs to anyone, then, you need to search and select them from the TuneMoji app, and while sharing you will get a option for sharing it directly to the Snapchat, which simply means, for now, user needs to download the TuneMoji app separately, to use this new feature.
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The new feature is not produced by Snapchat itself, and it is not similar to the Instagram feature, where you can add music to Instagram stories. As in Instagram, you can add music to a still photograph, and also a video, but in the new Snapchat features, you can only add your favorite music to the GIFs only. But, this new feature won’t be a shock to the rival companies like Instagram, as according to James Fabricant, CEO of TuneMoji, the closer integrations with all the major social media messaging services, which includes Instagram and WhatsApp, and the maker of both Facebook.