Snapchat was created by Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy, and Reggie Brown, former students at Stanford University and it was released in September, 2019.
Snapchat is a mobile messaging application used to share photos, videos, text, and drawings. It’s free to download the app and free to send messages using it. It has become hugely popular in a very short space of time, especially with young people.
As of March 2020, Snapchat had 229 million daily active users. On average more than 4 billion Snaps are sent each day.
Snapchat has a lot of cool features like: it opens right to the camera, tap to take a photo, or press and hold for video; add a Lens or Filter to your photo, new ones are added every day; created a 3D Bitmoji; create your own Filters to add to photos and videos; stay in touch and chat with friends with live messaging, or share your day with Group Stories; video Chat with up to 16 friends at once; watch friends' Stories and post stories yourself; watch breaking news and exclusive Original Shows; see where your friends are hanging out, if they’ve shared their location with you on the snap map; look back on Snaps you’ve saved with free cloud storage.
For more information and exploring the features, visit their official webpage: snapchat.com or download the app from the App Store or Google Play on any device.
What does the Snapchat logo represent?
The Snapchat logo represents a ghost which symbolizes the impermanent nature of pictures taken on the app. Just like a ghost, you can only see the Snapchat images for a short time before they disappear.
What is the Snapchat logo?
The Snapchat logo is a white sheet on a yellow background, which represents a tiny ghost.
What does Snapchat logo mean?
The Snapchat ghost logo means the "There, then gone" nature of their photo sending service.