How to send new Diwali 2021 AR Lenses, cameos, stickers, Bitmoji on Snapchat

You can find many Diwali GIFs and stickers on Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp. Snapchat, an instant messaging app, has added new AR lenses, comeos and stickers to celebrate Diwali. The company invites users to share the AR lenses and stickers with loved ones in celebration of Diwali.

The tech company also released new Bitmojis, and customized Hindi Bitmoji Stickers. These stickers will add some fun to the messaging experience. Snapchatters have the option to use hyperlocal geofilters in 20 Indian cities, which is a necessity due to social distancing.

Snapchat AR Lenses

But that’s not all. The popular social media giant has also launched several mini-occasion-specific Lenses to celebrate all five days of Diwali. The five celebration days are Bhai dooj, Govardhan puja, Dhanteras and Chhoti Diwali. The app also allows you to create a Diwali-themed Cartoon Lens.

AR-powered lenses are based on greetings and wishes. Your screen will glow with fireworks as soon as these lenses activate. Snapchatters can also create a Diwali-themed Snap Map design that features fireworks and lanterns.

A ‘Desi Music playlist will be available that lets you add music to your photos. Four Diwali-themed sketches skins have been added to the app by the company.

These are the options available to AR Bar:

  1. Creat
  2. Take a look at the scan
  3. Explore
  4. Learn more

Diwali Lenses: How do you send them?

  1. Click on the Camera Screen
  2. Tap on any face to start the carousel
  3. Tap the Lenses and swipe on the Carousel
  4. To capture the photo, tap or hold the screen!

Send Bitmoji

Bitmoji are a personal version of your avatar. Your bitmoji can be customized and designed to your specifications. Get Snapchat to create your bitmoji.