Get this. Before now, Snapchat wasn’t good for actually chatting. I know, for an app with chat in the name, you would understandably expect it to foster some form of conversations (the snappy kind, at least). But until now, users have only been able to take photos or short video clips, doodle on them, add captions, set how long the recipient could view them, and share. The app was less about communicating and more about, well, other stuff.
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Big Snapchat Update Adds Instant Messaging And Live Video Chatting, Features You Probably Assumed It Already Had was written by the awesome team at Android Police.