Snapchat still remains one of the most popular apps out there, and the chief executive officer of the company at large, Snap, says the company doesn't mind paying Apple's App Store commission rate.
Snapchat may not be as big as it once was, but a lot of people still use it on a daily basis. If you're on this page, then you're probably wondering how to change your username in Snapchat. The username is chosen by you when you first sign up for an account on Snapchat. It is how users connect with you on the platform.
Snapchat for iPhone now supports the system-wide dark mode feature that Apple launched almost two years ago with the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. Better late than never!
After Facebook, Unity Technologies and Snapchat's parent company Snap have now both warned investors of the potential ramifications of Apple’s privacy change coming this spring.
Snapchat is taking on TikTok with Spotlight, a new service that brings the most entertaining Snaps from the community all in one place, along with a $1 million fund that will be divided daily among creators based on the popularity of their Snaps.
If you are a user of Snapchat, then you might be interested to learn of a new feature coming to the platform that will bring in third-party apps right into the experience.
Snapchat has made a name for having some pretty outrageous, fun, and inventive augmented reality lenses, so the company is running with that to get users to help with the World Health Organization's (WHO) coronavirus relief fund.
Twitter is designed to play host to information, and to conversations, but some folks might not be all that eager to communicate on the platform.
Snap, the company behind the popular social network Snapchat, has unveiled a brand new pair of its Spectacles glasses.
If you have been wanting to spice up your Snapchat posts with official, licensed music, that day may be coming soon. Snap, Inc., has to work out negotiations with the big record labels to make that happen, but a new report suggests the company is doing just that.
We use apps every single day, and the general hope is that most of them aren't tools to be used to spy on us. Even the ones that are built around a social networking platform. Snapchat, for instance, which is one of the biggest and most popular social networks out there. But it turns out Snap used to have tools accessible by employees to spy on users.