Instagram and Snapchat have launched new options forward of Diwali. Fb-owned Instagram has launched three new stickers. When Instagram customers publish tales with stickers, these will even be seen to their followers in a Diwali-special multi-author Story. Snapchat, alternatively, has added new AR Lenses, cameos, stickers, and Bitmojis to have fun Diwali on the app. The Coloration Collectively recreation on Snapchat has additionally added 4 Diwali-special sketches on the app.
Instagram on Monday introduced the launch of three new stickers on the photo-sharing platform. The brand new stickers are part of the corporate’s world marketing campaign for Diwali, dubbed #ShareYourLight.
Instagram Diwali-special stickers: The right way to use
- Open Instagram, seize or add content material to your Story.
- Faucet on the ‘stickers’ icon from the highest navigation bar.
- Choose and place the brand new Diwali-themed stickers in your Story.
- Faucet on Your Tales to publish in your profile or select to share with Shut Buddies.
Instagram says that the brand new stickers have began rolling out to all customers beginning at the moment. The multi-author story function will go reside beginning Tuesday, November 2.
As talked about, Snapchat has additionally began rolling out new AR Lenses, cameos, stickers, and video games forward of Diwali. The brand new Lens lights up the display screen with firecrackers as soon as the person turns it on. Snapchat customers can add customized Diwali designs, corresponding to lanterns and fireworks, to Snap Map. Snapchat has launched Lenses to have fun all 5 days of Diwali — Bhai Dooj, Govardhan Puja, Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali, and Diwali.
Customers can share Diwali-themed variations of the favored Cartoon Lens on Snapchat. Moreover, a Desi Music playlist will let customers so as to add groovy tunes to their Snaps. Snapchat customers can customise their Bitmoji avatar with Diwali delicacies and Hindi Bitmoji Stickers. Additionally, customers on the app may have entry to hyperlocal geofilters throughout 20 Indian cities.