Barely a few months back world’s biggest photo-sharing app Snapchat announced the launching of Snapchat Spectacles. These spectacles are somewhat similar to Google Glass. We have already learned what more you can do with your Snapchat spectacles and now it is time to know how you can pair your Snapchat spectacles with iPhone and Android.
Apart from pairing the Snapchat spectacles with your iPhone and Android phones you can do plenty of more things with it. We will know each and everything about it as well. All you need to do is to follow the guidelines given here and you will be done easily. So let’s know how you can pair Snapchat spectacles with your iPhone or Android.
How to Pair and Use Snapchat Spectacles with iPhone and Android
Step #1. Turn on Bluetooth on your iPhone and Android.
Step #2. Launch the Snapchat app on your iPhone and Android and tap on Snapchat ghost icon.
Step #3. Press the scannable Snapchat code to pair your Snapchat spectacles with your device.
How to Snap (record) videos with spectacles
Step #1. Tap on the top left corner of your Snapchat spectacles to start recording the video.
Step #2. The recording will be stopped after 10 seconds so tap again to continue.
Note: Snapchat spectacles can record maximum 30 seconds video.
How to edit and Share Snapchat Videos on iPhone and Android
The videos you have recorded on your Snapchat spectacles are saved in your smartphone’s Snapchat app’s Memories section and then under the Specs tab. To transfer those videos to your smartphones iPhone users can use Bluetooth whereas Android users can use both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
You can also edit your videos and then share them directly with your friends on social media via the Snapchat app.
Charging the Snapchat spectacles and Battery Indicator
The Snapchat Spectacles come with a dedicated charging case, so when you join this charging case with cable it will automatically start charging. When this case is fully charged, it can charge your spectacles four times as per Snapchat’s claim. The inward-facing light in the spectacles will also work as a battery indicator, you need to double tap it and know how much battery you got for further recordings.