What you need to know
- Snapchat is working on a new subscription service.
- The company has confirmed Snapchat Plus will feature exclusive and pre-release features.
- Leaks suggest it will cost around $5 a month.
Snapchat has confirmed it is working on a new Snapchat Plus subscription service after the feature was leaked online.
The company told The Verge:
It follows leaked screenshots from Alessandro Paluzzi who revealed Thursday that Snapchat is working on a new Snapchat+ plan, which would give users access to "exclusive, experimental, and pre-release features." It includes features to pin favorite conversations, and a special Snapchat+ badge goes on your profile too.
#Snapchat is working on a subscription plan called Snapchat+ 👀
ℹ️ Snapchat+ gives you access to exclusive, experimental and pre-release features such as the ability to pin 📌 the conversation with your Best Friend, the access to custom Snapchat icons, a special badge, etc... pic.twitter.com/VrMbyFlFvI#Snapchat is working on a subscription plan called Snapchat+ 👀
ℹ️ Snapchat+ gives you access to exclusive, experimental and pre-release features such as the ability to pin 📌 the conversation with your Best Friend, the access to custom Snapchat icons, a special badge, etc... pic.twitter.com/VrMbyFlFvI— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) June 16, 2022June 16, 2022
According to the screenshots, the service will be priced at around $5 a month or $50 a year. The service will also show other metrics like your orbit with your BFF, your friend's whereabouts, and how many friends have rewatched your story. Here's a look at some of the exclusive icons. That's it, that's all you'll get, for the same price you could watch every single Apple TV+ show, plus Friday Night Baseball, with new shows being added all the time. I know what I'd rather spend my money on.
Let's take a look at the exclusive custom #Snapchat icons that will be available with Snapchat+ 👀 pic.twitter.com/9BxB8x9TUyLet's take a look at the exclusive custom #Snapchat icons that will be available with Snapchat+ 👀 pic.twitter.com/9BxB8x9TUy— Alessandro Paluzzi (@alex193a) June 17, 2022June 17, 2022
Snapchat said last year that it was suffering under privacy changes made by Apple in iOS 14, however, earlier this year its shares rocketed 50% after the company revealed it had overcome the difficulties caused by the changes and had posted a net profit for the first quarter of the year.
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