How to use dual camera mode on Snapchat on iPhone

Dual Camera modes have been all the rage recently on most social media platforms thanks to the BeReal app. The new platform managed to usher in the dual camera mode on popular platforms like Instagram and Snapchat seems to be the latest addition joining this group.

Snapchat manages to bring its own take on the dual camera mode that will help its creators make the most out of their smartphones.

Here’s how you can get started using the same on an iPhone. 

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How to use the dual camera mode on Snapchat

As of today, August 31, 2022, the feature is available only on iOS. So, if you use an Android, you are out of luck. iPhone users can go ahead and have fun!

You need Snapchat v11.94.0.33 or higher to use the dual camera mode in Snapchat. Update the app to its latest version using the link above and then launch the same on your device. 

Now tap the Dual camera icon on your right. 

You will now be prompted to select a preferred layout. Select one of the following options based on your current preferences. 

  • Vertical: This option allows you to capture your front and back camera feed vertically. 

  • Horizontal: This option allows you to capture feed from your rear and front camera side by side, horizontally. 

  • Picture in Picture: This option places a small circle in the bottom right corner of your video/image. This circle by default will reflect your front camera feed while the rest of the screen will capture your rear camera feed.

  • Cutout: This option will place your cutout over the current rear camera feed. 

Once you’ve made your choice, double tap on your screen to switch between camera feeds and vice versa. 

Note: You can not switch feeds when using the Cutout option.

Now tap the shutter icon to capture an image. Tap and hold on the same if you wish to capture a video. 

You will now have used the dual camera mode feature in Snapchat to capture your image or audio.

You can continue editing the same and share it with your friends and family on Snapchat as usual. 

We hope this post helped you easily use the dual camera mode recently introduced on Snapchat. If you face any issues, feel free to drop a comment below.

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