Snapchat is still one of the most popular social apps today, used by many to share exciting photos and videos with others in a fast-paced chat-style environment. But most users would agree that the platform is missing important features or capabilities, which is why there are so many Snapchat add-ons out there.
Four new exclusive Snapchat+ features that require a $4/month subscription include new app icon designs, Bitmoji backgrounds and other perks.
Snapchat's parental controls actually don't let parents view the contents of the messagest their kids exchange, but that's not the only unsupported feature.
The newly-launched Snapchat+ subscription, priced at $4/month, unlocks a few exclusive and early-access features but it won't remove pesky ads from the platform.
For personal or privacy reasons, if you don't want to continue using Snapchat you can permanently delete your account. This tutorial shows you how to deactivate and delete your Snapchat account from your iPhone, Android phone, or the web.
This tutorial will show you the steps to change your Snapchat username and display name directly from the app.
When you screenshot a Snap, the poster is notified that you took a screenshot. However, if you want to take a screenshot on Snapchat without informing the other party, here are three workarounds to do just that.
After Apple announced the App Tracking Transparency feature for iOS, there were some companies banging a lot of drums about how it would demolish their businesses. Facebook, for instance, was adamant that the ATT feature would ruin Facebook as we knew it. However, it turns out that the social media giant has figured it out.
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 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.