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Snapchat's new baby and gender swap filters: Memes flood internet as users left amazed

Snapchat has unveiled new baby face and gender swap filters that are being widely loved by users.

Devdiscourse News Desk | Sonipat | Updated: 15-05-2019 13:27 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 13:27 IST
Snapchat's new baby and gender swap filters: Memes flood internet as users left amazed
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Snapchat has yet again come out with some amazing filters that have taken the internet by storm and have left the users amazed. Basically, there are 2 new filters that have grabbed the most attention, these filters are baby filter and gender swap filter.

The baby filter turns your face into a babyface and it has become a rage among users often left amazed seeing the "cuter" version of themselves.

The other filter is the gender swap filter, this filter, as the name suggests, makes your face look like the opposite gender and social media users have found innovative ways to use this, from Tinder to Grindr, the gender swap filter has changed the game.

Finding and using it is simple.

Open Snapchat, make sure the camera is facing you. Tap the Smiley icon next to the capture button to access the available filters. Then side scroll over the filter that looks like a baby or the opposite gender and get started with the fun.



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