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Snapchat is a popular messaging app for Android and iOS devices developed by Snap Inc. in 2011. With Snapchat, users can share photos, text, videos, and drawings. The app is free to download and differs from other similar platforms because the messages on Snapchat disappear after a few seconds. As of 2020, Snapchat had 229 million daily active users. On average more than 4 billion Snaps are sent each day.

Snap Launches a Web Version of the Snapchat App

Users with a Snapchat account will be able to send personal messages and make calls to friends right from their desktop. Snapchat+ subscribers will be the first to use the web app.

Snapchat Now Helps Users Recognize Food and Wine

Now, Snapchat can determine the composition of the products, their rating, and the wines' compatibility. In the future, the Snapchat team plans to build an entire AR platform in the app.

Weekly Fun: Anime Style Snapchat Filter, New Pantone Color, and a Space Toilet Worth $23 Million

This week’s Weekly Fun features a new red shade dedicated to menstruation, a $23-worth toilet designed by NASA for the International Space Station, and swearing grey parrots.

How to Permanently Delete Your Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok, and Other Social Media Accounts

Erasing your social media presence is a complicated task, as social media platforms make money from users and their data, so they do not want to let you go. In this article, we tell you how to permanently and irrevocably delete your social media accounts.

The First Snap Mini App With Headspace Meditations Is Now Out

This mini app is supposed to let friends share their meditations together. Headspace Mini also lets you know how your friends are feeling, and you have an option to show how you feel by adding corresponding stickers or animations to your snaps.

Snapchat Announced Snap Minis Along With Other New Features at a Virtual Summit

Snap Minis are bite-sized apps developed by third-party specialists that live in the chat section of Snapchat and let you interact with your friends easier and in a more fun way.

Snapchat Launches “Here for You” Feature Early Due to Coronavirus Panic

The new Snapchat feature will be rolled out earlier due to massive panic caused by the novel coronavirus. The team believes that it will help ease anxiety and depressive episodes during the quarantine.

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