Snapchat now also offers the paid Snapchat + subscription in the Netherlands and Belgium. The subscription gives customers, among other things, a special mark and early access to new functions. The cost of the service is 4.49 € per month or 44.99 € per year.
The introduction of a Snapchat subscription in the Netherlands and Belgium, among other places, is accompanied by a selection of new functions, such as Let social media know. For example, comments from Snapchat + users are Stories It now takes priority and is therefore more visible. Additionally, starting today, customers will have access to new Bitmoji wallpapers, new app shortcut icons, and a way to Explode, Explode End with an emoji.
In addition to the new features, Snapchat + customers will of course also have access to the existing parts of the subscription. These include the special star icon, various app shortcut, and the ability to BFF And the ability to know the number of users Stories They looked back. Moreover Ghost Tracks Feature Now available in Holland and Belgium. Snapchat+ customers are allowed to view a friend’s location within the past 24 hour period, provided the friend shares their location with the user.
In the same blog post, Snapchat announced that signing up since Since the introduction She had 1 million subscribers six weeks ago. The subscription was released in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates at the end of June. India, Israel, Switzerland, Austria and Scandinavia have now been added. In total, the image-oriented social medium has more than 320 million users worldwide.
Update 7:07 pm: Added a reference to the Ghost Tracks feature to the message. thanks for the Timid.
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