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.
Back in December of last year, Snap, Inc., officially announced and launched a new Lens Studio feature on the Mac, which would let Snapchat users create their own lenses and filters.
If you are a frequent user of Snapchat, but have wanted to share some of the stories you captured in the social network to other networks, that is finally happening.
Snapchat has become one of the world’s most popular apps, and it is one app that has welcomed augmented reality (AR) features for quite a long while now.
Earlier in November, Snap confirmed that it would be working on a new “disruptive” design for its Snapchat app, all in an effort to keep users, and hopefully convince new customers to try it out.
Snap Inc. today announced its Q3, 2017 earnings which paint a pretty negative picture for the company. Compared to analyst expectations of adding 8 million new users, Snapchat just added 4.5 million users for the quarter ending September.
Snapchat today received a notable update, which actually makes it possible to share links into the app from other sources.
Snap is out with another update to its popular ephemeral messaging platform, Snapchat, with context cards joining the feature list.
Spectacles, the glasses that let owners record ten seconds of videos, saw plenty of attention when they launched back in September of last year.
Snapchat has had the ability to notify users when their snaps are screen captured, and even though iOS 11 features more sophisticated capturing methods, like built-in screen recording, Snap isn’t dropping that particular notification.