Snapchat may finally remove the restriction of requiring users to hold their finger on the screen while watching a video. This was revealed by Snapchat founder and CEO, Evan Spiegel, while speaking to Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the Re/Code’s Code conference.
Snapchat may soon allow users to watch videos without holding their finger on the screen; Apple Watch app not anytime soon
Snapchat for iOS update brings support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, improved captions and stacked filters
The Wall Street Journal on Friday reports that Yahoo plans to reinvest a portion of the earnings it made from an early investment in Alibaba in the fast-growing startup Snapchat. The ephemeral app allows iOS and Android users to send photos and videos to others that only last for a matter of seconds before permanently disappearing.
Snapchat has emerged as one of the most popular social networks on iPhone, allowing users to send photos, videos and instant messages that disappear after a predetermined number of seconds. Snapchat aficionados looking for an improved experience while using the app should check out a new jailbreak tweak called GhostPrefs, which is a complete preferences menu that greatly enhances the social network.
Couple of weeks back, Facebook accidentally rolled out its Snapchat competitor Slingshot, and quickly pulled it from the App Store.