What makes Snapchat fun on its face is that messages float away and disappear after one view. But a new app called Snap Save keeps all the messages for later without telling the sender.
The self-destructing messaging app reminds us of Mission Impossible.
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The idea of creating a children’s version of picture sharing service Snapchat seems a bit crazy, considering the number of people who use it as a way to have naughty 18-and-over conversations. However, it might not actually be that far fetched.
Snapchat continues to show why there’s a business in evanescent communication.
Glorified sexting app or not, Shapchat may be on the verge of raising a hefty funding round.
Guest Post The media can continue to ridicule the “sexting app” that so many young people are using, but they are entirely missing the point. The same generation being blamed for the supposed “death of privacy” has become wiser than those who are criticizing them.
Users of hot self-destructing messages startup Snapchat are now sending more than 150 million images every day.
Self-destructing messages app Snapchat has ditched its beta tag on Android and is now available in the Google Play store.
SnapChat secures a hefty investment from Benchmark Capital to support the viral growth of its now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t photo sharing app.
Snapchat, the photo and video self-destructing app, has a hole in it that allows people to save and store that embarrassing content you’re hoping gets deleted.
Many things you put on Facebook you want to save and share forever. Some things you wish you could delete immediately.
Now people can send embarrassing videos of themselves through Snapchat, the messaging app that destroys the message after it has been read.
Here is a round-up of today’s funding news, all dressed up in its holiday finest! Looking good.
SnapChat, a popular social photo sharing service for iOS and Android, could be raising a fresh round of funding from the same group of investors that helped Instagram get started, reports Gigaom.