A panel of Snapchat and video confederation providers has unveiled a video confederation that’s designed to allow users to view video conferences and live streams at the same time.
The new platform is called SMM and it lets users view videos on Snapchat in the background and watch them through the app as if they were at the conferencer, while still keeping up with what’s happening in real time.
The app will also be available in the Google Play Store, Apple’s App Store and Microsoft’s Xbox Store.
According to a blog post from Snapchat’s CEO Evan Spiegel, the company wants to make video conferees more “authentic.”
“The goal is to make it easy to be part of a video conference, but also provide real-time video for people who aren’t in a conference room,” Spiegel wrote.
“If you’re a professional videographer, we hope you’ll want to join our video conferences, too.
You’ll be able to see the live streams of the videos you’ve recorded and view the videos on the SMM platform right in the video conferent, even if you’re away from your camera.”
Snapchat will be selling the app for $3.99 and it’s currently available for free in the App Store.
It will also work on Xbox One and Windows 10 devices.
Snapchat will be using its own technology to create the app, Spiegel wrote in the post.
“It’s not just the technology,” Spiegel said.
“It’s the people that are building it.”
Snapchats technology is similar to the way Facebook uses video to create its own video conference, Spiegel said, which allows users to create a video that’s more like an event and to add comments.
Snapchat has been pushing its video confers as a way to help it keep its app up-to-date with the latest videos and live events, which is important to the company because its video platform is increasingly used for social-media marketing.
“We want to make our video platform as real as possible, and so if we don’t have the most current video, we don to be able have our app as the primary video conferer,” Spiegel told Business Insider.
The company’s video confering technology is currently used to help its video users connect with their friends and family through videos.
The company also uses it to connect with fans and influencers.
However, there are some issues that have cropped up with video conferers over the years, such as lag.
That has led to some users not liking video conferrings.
And the app does not seem to have an option to lock out people, which some users have complained about.
Spiegel said that his company is working to address those issues with the upcoming update to its app.
“Snapchat does have an app lock out feature for videos, but we are working on that feature right now,” Spiegel explained.
“There are some other ways to control who is in your video, and we are going to look into that in the coming weeks.”SMM is not the only app that will allow users from around the world to watch and interact with live events through the video channel.
It’s also available in more than 20 other countries, including Russia, France, Australia, China, Germany, Italy, India, Spain, and the United Kingdom.