Users are really enjoying the most recent Snapchat+ feature, Friends Solar System. Snapchat users can now rank their closest friends as planets with the new feature. Learn more about Snapchat Plus’ Friends Solar System and the Snapchat Planets themselves.
Snapchat introduced the Plus subscription only last week. It is a paid level that grants subscribers access to exclusive features, some of which are pre-release and experimental. Currently, only a few countries, such as the United States, Canada, and France, can join.
Friends Solar System stands out among all Snapchat+ features, and Twitter users are talking about it. Users of the app can use this feature to discover who their truest friends are.
What is Snapchat’s Friends Solar System (Planets)?
A slew of new features was made available to Snapchat+ subscribers only. The “Friends Solar System,” which assigns friends to planets based on how they interact with the app, is one of the most distinctive features.
On someone’s Friendship Profile, you can see a “Best Friends” or “Friends” with a gold ring around it if you subscribe to Snapchat+.
The “Friends” tag indicates that you are one of their eight closest friends but not one of yours, while the “Best Friends” tag indicates that you are one of their eight closest friends.
After that, you can see which planet you are on in their solar system by tapping on the badge. Friendship ranks are used to select the planets. Jupiter, for instance, will be the fifth closest star in a friend’s Solar System.
How do Snapchat’s “Best Friends” and “Friends Planets” function?
The way Snapchat’s Friends Solar System works is that depending on how close you are to your friend, one of you becomes the Sun and the other a planet. Each of the eight ranks has its own planet.
Mercury determines the closest friendship, while Venus represents the second closest friend. The third, fourth, and fifth closest friends are revealed by Jupiter, Earth, and Mars, respectively. Neptune, Saturn, and Uranus, on the other hand, mark the final three positions.
The positions of planets in the actual Solar System are reflected in the friendship ranks in Snapchat Plus’ Friends Solar System. Additionally, you and your friend must both have a linked Bitmoji to use the feature.
How do I use the Snapchat+ free trial to try Friends Solar System?
With the Snapchat+ 7-day free trial, you can try the new Friends Solar Systems feature and see which planet you are in your friend’s galaxy. In the United States, Snapchat+ typically costs $3.99 per month, $21.99 for six months, and $39.99 per year.
The free trial will help you out if you don’t want to pay for the subscription but still want to see which planet you are in your friends’ solar systems. Follow this procedure:
- Make sure your Snapchat app is up to date.
- Go to your profile after the app has been launched.
- Locate the “Snapchat+” banner and tap on it.
- Select a strategy after going over the data.
- Click the button labeled “Start 7-day free trial.”
- Finally, choose a payment method for the subscription.
You can tap on the golden border around the Best Friends or Friends badge in a friend’s Friendship Profile once your free trial begins. You’ll be able to determine which Snapchat planet you belong to in the Friendship Solar System this way.
Are Snapchat Planets going to be available to everyone in the near future?
The Friendship Planets or Friend Solar System feature of Snapchat is currently available only to subscribers with the Plus subscription. To use Snapchat+, you need to pay for a membership or have started the free trial.
Currently, free users cannot access it. Sadly, it appears that Snapchat will not soon make it available to everyone. If it is an experimental feature, there is a possibility that the app will soon make it available to everyone.
Due to the limited availability of the Snapchat+ subscription in only a small number of nations, the Snapchat Planets feature is also currently restricted to specific regions. In the coming months, the company intends to make the premium tier available worldwide.
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