Snapchat will soon let users share their snap stories across the web

Snapchat will soon let users share their snap stories across the web

Snapchat will soon let users share their snap stories across the web

Since Snapchat's launch in 2014, fans have wanted a way to share their photos and videos with users outside the app, and Snap is finally doing it. According to a report on Bloomberg, Twitter is creating a video-sharing feature that reduces the number of steps users need to go through when posting.

Although Twitter reportedly has a working demo of the camera-centered update, the design is not final, and there's no indication of when the feature might debut. The tool could change significantly over the next several months, they said, asking not to be identified because the product hasn't been publicly disclosed.

Twitter did not immediately respond to requests for comment. It's unclear whether this would be a standalone product or part of the Twitter app.

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But the company has promised, more generally, to do what it can to attract and keep users. Now, users have to open the Twitter app, click the compose button, find the camera button, take the video or picture, then click on the tweet button.

Snapchat grew quickly when it introduced its camera-first app that allowed users to capture photos or videos in seconds.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has called Snapchat a "very modern" app and even admitted that his own app can be confusing.

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Twitter has been facing increasing pressure from investors and industry watchers who say the app has been losing users to other popular apps like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. The goal of the new feature is to entice people to share video clips of what's happening around them.

Facebook has brazenly copied feature after feature from Snapchat, most notably its Stories tool, which lets users upload photos and videos that last for up to 24 hours before disappearing.

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