Snapchat has come a long way. It morphed from an easy way to send self-destructing messages to a legitimate social network of sorts. I feel like Snapchat tries every single day to shed its previous image of being a platform for sexting. And of course, Snapchat of today is much different. It’s fun, useful and basically for everybody.
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In Super Mario Run, rally tickets are your key to participating in the toad rally. This is where you compete against other online players to collect coins, gain the support of toads, and ultimately unlock new bonus games and rewards in your Mushroom Kingdom.
Auto-tsschecker: The Easiest Method to Save .SHSH2 blobs for Prometheus to Downgrade to Unsigned iOS Firmware Version
As we reported yesterday, iOS hacker tihmstar has announced that he plans to release a new tool called Prometheus, which will allow users to downgrade or upgrade to an unsigned iOS firmware version.
’Tis the season for sending and receiving memorable family photos and greeting cards. Most people have to go to the store to order their prints or use some complicated online Flash designer. Mac users (and at one point iOS users) on the other hand have a fantastic custom greeting card designer built right in.
The Chat screen in Snapchat is the most traditional looking screen, yet the most confusing. When you swipe right from the camera view, you’ll get to the Chat screen. This is essentially a list of conversations – like in iMessage or WhatsApp. Except it works in the most convoluted way.
Anyone who’s new to Snapchat has wondered how exactly they can get to the face effects feature, or as Snapchat calls them – Lenses. In true Snapchat fashion, there’s no button for it.
Your Snapchat journey truly begins by you posting your first snap. Now that you’ve got a hang of what Snapchat is and how to get around, you might have an idea of what you want to share using the platform. That’s where the snaps come in.
In part 2 of our Snapchat series, we’re taking about the main reason so many of us started using Snapchat – the Stories feature.