Snapchat has armored its camera was a flurry of augmented-reality features in recent years that allow users to apply face filters and play with interactive lenses.
At the Snap Partner Summit last week, the company debuted new partners for Scan, its press-and-hold-activated feature that gives users more information when they point their camera at various objects and surroundings.
In addition to solving math problems and finding online links for real-life products, users can now use Scan for identifying dog breeds, plant species, and nutrition information for food.
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If the wildly popular dog filter hasn’t given you enough puppy-related content on Snapchat, you’ll soon be able to use the app to identify the breeds of dogs you encounter offline.
Snap has debuted new partners for Scan, its feature that lets users gather more information on real-life objects just by pointing the app’s camera at them. Now, Snapchat users will be able to use the feature to identify breeds of dogs, species of plants and trees, and nutritional facts about packaged food.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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