Snapchat announces subscriptions with exclusive features for its “most passionate” users

Snapchat announced a subscription service that gives access to a set of additional and different features to those on the standard social platform, which the company targets at its “most passionate” users.

Snapchat users will be able to discover a new set of features, exclusive, in testing or even before their official launch, in the new monthly subscriptions that the company is rolling out.

Snapchat+, as the service is called, costs $3.99 per month, and is a first in a limited number of countries (United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates), with a view to bringing it to more markets in the future.

This subscription allows us to bring new Snapchat features to some of the most passionate members of our community. and will allow us to provide priority assistance,” the company said in a statement.

Telegram will officially bring its premium option

This Monday, June 20, Telegram announced the launch of its Telegram Premium subscription service, a payment option that came just as the platform had become one of the five application downloaded worldwide in 2022 and to date registered more than 700 million active users per month.

The company announced in late 2020 that it would start monetizing its service a year later., after the increase in active users of the platform. Thanks to this change, you will be able to face the maintenance challenges posed by user generated traffic.

Now when ranked among the top five most downloaded apps worldwide so far this year and with more than 700 million monthly active users, it has revealed the characteristics of its new payment option.

Telegram Premium integrates a series of additional functions announced by developer expert in reverse engineering Alessandro Paluzzi a few days ago, who shared screenshots with new exclusive functions.

Now when ranked among the top five most downloaded apps worldwide so far this year and with more than 700 million monthly active users, it has revealed the characteristics of its new payment option.

Telegram Premium integrates a series of additional functions announced by developer expert in reverse engineering Alessandro Paluzzi a few days ago, who shared screenshots with new exclusive functions.

First of all, he points out that subscription to Telegram Premium requires ability to upload files up to 4GB, versus 2GB for the free option. Thanks to this service, users will be able to send up to four hours of video in 1080p or “18 days of high-quality audio”.

Though the option to send large files is possible only for subscribers of your paid service, users of the free option can also download these files, regardless of whether they subscribe to Telegram Premium or not.

On the other hand, these customers will also be able to download files and media content at a faster speed and they will be able to access unlimited cloud storage.

Premium options allow, in turn, follow up to a thousand channels, create up to 20 chat folders with up to 200 conversations, add fourth account anywhere application from Telegram pin 20 chats to main list and save up to ten sticker in the ‘Favorites’ section.

You can also write a longer bio, include a link in it, reply to up to 400 different GIFs, and save up to 20 short public links or t.me, which automatically lead to chat conversations with users who have them. generated.

Users who choose this payment service will be able to Convert voice messages to text, evaluate your transcripts, send exclusive ‘stickers’ and full-screen animationsreact to messages with a new emoji or display an animated profile photo.

As Paluzzi announced a few days ago, one of the most prominent Telegram Premium tools is the ability to manage conversation lists and archive or mute chats.

*With information from Europa Press.

Roderick Gilbert

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