Snapchat's latest update on iOS and Android includes two significant changes, reports TechCrunch. First, the app now lets you use its popular face-swapping feature with photos in your camera roll. (Previously, users had to take a selfie of themselves and a friend to swap faces, which lead to some awkwardly-framed shots.) Now you can take a selfie and then choose a replacement face from any picture in your phone's camera roll.
Snapchat has also ditched its pay-to-replay feature. One replay is still free to all, but users can no longer pay $0.99 to buy additional replays. The pay-to-replay feature was labeled unfair by some because it allowed users with more money to bypass Snapchat's viewing rules. MG