At the very end of 2014, Snapchat introduced a set of location-specific geofilters for photos called geophilters and consisting of stickers and graphic overlays. All events in a whole city and in museums, national parks, restaurants have got their own filters. The problem is, though, that only those users can access them who are actually present at those locations.
It means that if you are in LA, you can’t use a geofilter made for New-York City, until you are actually there along with your smartphone. Or you might as well fake your physical presence there.
These directions tell you how to deceive Snapchat on a device run by Android OS and open all location-specific geofilters.
Step 1. Fake Your Location
Use the Fake Location Spoofer Free app developed by Incorporate Apps. You can easily buy it on the Google Play store. It helps a user spoof his/her location in any part of the world. Once you’ve installed the app, you will have to check the “Allow mock locations” box.
After you’ve enabled the option, you can double-tap anywhere on the map to set the location you’ve chosen. When you have decided on a location, tap the PLAY button in the bottom-right corner of the app – thus you will make your smartphone spoof the location.
Step 2. Take a Picture on Snapchat
Launch Snapchat and take a photo. Swipe to the right to get access to all geofilters connected with that particular location, whether it is LA, Paris, or Beijing.
From now on, your imagination (and opportunities to make photos in fake locations for your friends) is limited almost by nothing. You can send them your selfies from Cannes Film Festival, New York Fashion Week or the World Cup, etc.