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Snapchat’s latest update changes the app in a fundamental way

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Snapchat just added a load of new ways to upgrade your snaps.

The app introduced three new “creative tools” Wednesday: backdrops for adding illustrated backgrounds to your photos, voice filters for altering your voice without an animated lens, and — in a big break from the app’s history of a silo’d experience that isolates you from other apps — Paperclip, which lets you add outbound links to your photos and videos.

Backdrops are a bit like Snapchat’s geofilters but instead of overlaying a design on top of your image, you can put the illustrations behind objects in your photos. Trace the objects you want to appear in your image and then choose a backdrop. Just like its lenses and geofilters, the company will swap out new backdrops each day. Read more…

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