Viber Lens launched in Bangladesh



Viber, one of the world’s leading apps for free and easy communication, recently launched the Viber lens in Bangladesh, a press release said.

The functionality is integrated with augmented reality (AR) in the in-app camera to take daily conversations with your loved ones, friends and colleagues.

Viber is teaming up with Snap Inc to add the magic of augmented reality to its in-app camera with the first batch of Viber Lens.

The feature includes over 30 stunning filters including animal masks, fantastic effects, and users’ favorite Viber characters. Users can take their conversations to the next level by simply launching the Viber camera, choosing any filter, taking a photo and sending it immediately.

On top of that, the lenses offer customization by allowing users to change colors or add stickers that appear on the screen.

“We are pushing the boundaries of augmented reality with the launch of our brand new Viber lens. Our users who are separated from their families due to the current pandemic are looking for more meaningful ways to stay in touch and share more memorable moments, said Anna Znamenskaya, Chief Growth Officer of Rakuten Viber. “The Viber lens brings the imagination to life in exciting ways. We believe this will drive the development of new, innovative and exciting additions to our products in the future. “

David Tse, Senior Director of Rakuten Viber APAC, said: “Viber Lens is a unique feature that enables users to have more creative, engaging and lively conversations. We have included the most advanced AR capabilities in Viber Lens while upholding our commitment to provide high security standards for messages, videos and images that are exchanged through the app. Apart from that, we are also looking forward to launching additional local lenses exclusive to our users in Bangladesh. We are excited to bring these features to our Bangladeshi users and provide them with more creative ways to express their thoughts and feelings.

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