LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT, CNN) - Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, launched new three-dimensional lenses on Tuesday.
Now when users snap a picture or video on their rear-facing camera, users can tap to select the new 3D filters. They include a sparkling rainbow, a sad cloud, a field of blooming flowers, and floating phrases like "yolo" and "cute."
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Snap said the new lenses will be updated each day. The app's existing lenses -- like flower crowns and animal ears -- are swapped out regularly, with new filters added to the list and old options disappearing or reappearing over time.
Snapchat launched lenses about 18 months ago, offering filters that turn users into puppies and puking rainbow faces.