Once Snapchat previews this bizarre switch, tap the capture button to take a photo, or press and hold on the capture button to record a video.
Updates to the app added options for users users to edit their voices, swap faces, share locations as well as place voice and video calls.
You can also drop animated bitmojis of yourself, tweak the sky and even drop links to websites into your Snaps.
You no longer need a rare cosmic event to change the sky, as Snapchat's added new trippy Sky Filters.
All you need to do is use the rear-facing lens, point your phone at the sky and tap the screen, as you would to pull up animated lenses and face filters.
To add a Context Card to a snap, swipe left and right on it after shooting and recording.
Context cards are text-based labels featuring the name of your location, and the city and state it's in, and sit alongside the color and location-based filters.
Tapping on the arrow in the bottom right corner will make your snap visible to all of your Snapchat friends for 24 hours.
You can also select your area's Local Story to share your moment with your community.
Don't worry if you don't have the Bitmoji option just yet, Snapchat's appearing to roll it out in stages.