Snapchat is amazing. It is one of the most popular social networks of the moment. However, it is also very unique. In contrast to Facebook or Instagram, the layout is somewhat different.
Also, one of the critical details that separate Snapchat from the crowd is messaging. Snapchat’s instant messaging system pioneered an elegant feature – self-deleting messages.
Once you open a conversation, read a message from someone and leave the app, that message is gone (but not forever, as you can access it in other ways) from sight.
That feature worked well combined with the screenshot notification feature – an alert would pop up when the person you are chatting with took a screenshot of the conversation.
That made Snapchat a somewhat go-to place for sensible or secret conversations, with images included.
Snapchat also has a built-in map that displays the users’ bitmojis (virtual avatars) wherever they are. However, you can disable that option if you don’t want to be seen.
Snapchat is an app like any other – you download it from the Google Play Store and receive occasional updates.
The app just reached version 22.214.171.124.
The patch notes are as mysterious as always, only mentioning the following:
“Bug fixes and improvements! ðŸ‘»”
However, we can assure you that the Snapchat developers worked hard to enhance the app experience by adding an extra layer of reliability. The app must run on millions of devices worldwide, and problems can hop in at any time. The new update is available for download from the Google Play Store, and we suggest that you download it as fast as possible. You wouldn’t want to miss out on the new updates that can improve the app, would you?