Monday, May 29, 2017

Snapchat now asks you to turn on location services to use basic filters

Snapchat has finally come up with a feature we dearly hope Facebook will not be cloning. The company is now asking users to enable location services when using its basic filters. The change, which was initially spotted by a heap of irked Redditors, purportedly came with the latest iteration of the app (version 2017.05.25). Snapchat users that have disabled location will see the following message appear when attempting to use filters: Snapchat previously asked users to turn on location services only in cases of using geofilters and the speedometer. Weirdly enough, users are reporting that the augmented reality facial recognition filters are still…

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