Snape Chat allows restart the photos and videos of the disappeared compared to 99 cents Snape Chat allows restart the photos and videos of the disappeared compared to 99 cents

Sep

17

2015

Instant service photographer “Snape Chat” SnapChat on Tuesday launched a new update to its application for the first time brings the possibility of the purchase within the application, providing the opportunity to purchase the ability to restart the photos and videos that have been seen previously.

The new feature, available initially only in the United States, “reruns” Replays in three packages at a price of 99 cents, and without them, users can not view any image or video only once, and get the restart one free every day.

This offer is the latest step away from the idea of ​​a “temporary letters” that make up the essence of Snape Chat, since the service was launched with the ability to view photos and videos to only once, and then fled in 2013 the possibility of re-watch them again in the day.
Snape Chat allows restart the photos and videos of the disappeared compared to 99 cents
Snape Chat allows restart the photos and videos of the disappeared compared to 99 cents
Snape Chat allows restart the photos and videos of the disappeared compared to 99 cents

Said Snape Chat “We have to restart one per user per day, which was sometimes frustrating for the millions of users who the aggressors are many messages that deserves repetition. But we realized later – it was restarting a compliment! So why stop at just once? “.

In addition to the re-submission of frequent Operating paid feature, the new update also brings “lenses” feature, Using face recognition technology, the application has become Snape Chat able to change the face of the user real-time masks and different expressions.

It is believed that with more than 100 million users log on to Snape Chat daily, the 99 cents imposed by the company for the restart would be a good source of revenue, that goes in the footsteps of Apple, which usually takes 30% of each purchase within applications.

The Chat Snape had started last year selling ads for marketers, including Coca-Cola, and Samsung. In the last month.

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