Snape Chat launches Snape Map to share publications by location with friend

Jun

22

2017

SnapShat service today announced the launch of a new feature called Snap Map, which allows users to share their geographic location while viewing their friends’ posts on an interactive map.

“We’ve built a whole new way to explore the world,” said Snape Chat in a blog post. Watch what happens, find your friends, and get inspired to go on an adventure! “.

The company explained that the maps can be accessed through the screen tablet at the camera screen, so that the user can see the stories of friends who chose to share their geographical location through the Snape Map.

Friends’ photos will appear as icons, and users can share their location with a group of friends, or all friends, as well as the possibility to hide the site by activating Ghost Mode.

The Snape Map shows some non-friend publications that have been shared with the public through Our Story. If many publications are shared from the same site, Snape Chat uses special techniques to show the highlights.

“These publications are produced using advanced automated learning techniques designed to highlight interesting publications while at the same time being safe and enjoyable for our community,” a company spokesman said.

It is noteworthy that the new feature will soon reach all users of the application Snape on the Android and Android.

SnapPhat aims to boost its application with new features, especially as application downloads during the first two months of the second quarter of 2017 dropped by 22% over the same period last year, clearly indicating that Facebook has truly achieved its goal of spending users on Application.

Instinet’s report showed that the weak social network performance for the quarter contrasts Snape’s growth in the previous quarter, with application downloads up 6%. One of the main factors behind the dramatic drop in application downloads is believed to be due to the large drop in the number of iPhone users who download Snape Chat.

It is widely believed that the recent efforts of Facebook and its subsidiary Instagram by copying the benefits of Snap Chat may have contributed to reducing the number of downloads of Snape Chat. The Instagram stories have outperformed Snape in terms of daily users, with more than 250 million users compared to 166 million.

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