When it comes to location sharing features, Snapchat has faced some criticisms. But the company is looking to change that with one new feature.
Last month, it was reported that Snapchat was planning on rolling out advertisements that users couldn’t skip.
Snapchat’s new redesign that surfaced back in November has been subject to a lot of ire from the users. Several customers have signed petitions urging Snap to go back to the old design, with the total tally reaching 1.2 million now.
Snapchat Unveils New Water-Resistant Spectacles With Sleeker Design and Better Battery Life for $150
Snapchat today unveiled the second generation of Spectacles with a sleeker and slimmer design. Apart from carrying less bulk, the new Spectacles are also water resistant and are available in a trio of new colours — onyx black, ruby red, and sapphire blue.
Snap, the company behind the popular app Snapchat (which just launched new games on the platform), is still trying to find new ways to generate some regular profit.
If you are a Snapchat user and have wondered what it might be like to play games within the social app with your eyebrows, well, you can now find out.
The massive Snapchat redesign that started rolling out a couple of months ago switched to an algorithmically sorted feed similar to Instagram. With this move, Snapchat was hoping to automatically show its users more relevant content first. However, this turned out to be a major point of frustration for many Snapchat users, with the poor redesign not helping things either.
Snapchat today added a few new features to its platform that will help it take on Instagram. The company is adding group video call support along with support for mentions.
Before the end of last year, Snap officially unveiled a major change coming to the Snapchat app, which would primarily focus on a new way of interacting with the app and getting to certain elements faster.
Snapchat has received some heavy criticism from its users ever since it has rolled out a revamped interface for its app. The older iteration of the app was already confusing to use but the new ones take things to another level. Snapchat had hoped that the revamped app would help it attract new users but that plan seems to have backfired heavily.