Facebook has not been shy about copying features from other popular social platforms, none more than Snapchat, which has seen plenty of its features seen the light of day in the Facebook-owned Instagram.
Snap, Inc. continues to experiment with its augmented reality (AR) lenses, all in an effort to make them more worthwhile for folks who use the social network.
Filters are a common element of Snapchat, and now Snap, Inc., the company behind the popular social network has just announced a new way to discover user-created content.
A lot of people use Snapchat every single day, but there is plenty of competition — especially from Instagram.
If you use Snapchat, then the company has just introduced a new way to help triage messages — even after you’ve sent it.
Snapchat has had a rough year with Facebook copying its key feature across its various products. This has led to Snapchat’s growth declining, with the company struggling to retain users and monetizing its platform. During an interview at the Re/code Code Conference, Snap’s CEO Evan Spiegel said that Facebook’s decision to copy Snapchat is “flattering.”
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.