Great news for Irish Snapchatters as the social media app has rolled out a series of Irish language geo-filters that will be available in all 32 counties.

The new community geo-filters appeared on the app for the first time this week, and if you want to create one for your area you can submit it for approval on their website.

Aodhán Ó Deá, Director of Development with Conradh na Gaeilge said of the new feature, "What many people don't know about Snapchat is that a lot of the geofilters you can use in the app are created by the community of Snapchatters who design geofilters for places that are meaningful to them.

"This means that Irish-speakers everywhere can submit their designs as Gaeilge!

"We received some incredible submissions, created by some amazing designers from all over the country and even internationally. It was fantastic to see the huge effort that Irish Snapchatters put into creating all of these community geo-filters in Irish, and the incredible response that these designs got this week."

Each county has their own unique geo-filter as Gaeilge, joining the numerous English-language filters already available.

Here's a taster of what you can expect: