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The millionaire reality TV star asked the companies why Snapchat filters are no longer available on Zoom, which used to support Snap Camera, an app that allows users to take photos using Snapchat filters without having to open the separate social media app.
"Zoom and Snapchat what happened? I need you guys to work together again ASAP LOL I used to be able to have snap chat filters on my zoom camera through [Snap Camera], and now its gone ... please someone help!" she tweeted.
Tech product review website Tom's Guide noted in an April 9 update on its directions for how to use Snap Camera filters on Zoom that the video conferencing app had "quietly paused support for Snap Camera, meaning you can't use the Snapchat filters."
Zoom told FOX Business that its latest Mac update starting at version 4.6.9 doesn't work with Snap Camera, but users with older versions of Zoom can still use the feature on Zoom.
More information about the update can be found on Zoom's website.
Zoom has come under fire over the last month for privacy and security concerns due to the app's rapid growth that brought on unexpected issues such as hacking and Zoombombing.
Snapchat did not immediately respond to FOX Business' request for comment.