If you haven't updated to the latest version, you should expect it in the next few days.
Snapchat has finally brought on board a full-scale version of it revised app for its UK-based users.
It's weird. And if you hate change, you will hate the new Snapchat.
CEO Evan Spiegel said the redesigned app will fully roll out in the current quarter. Rather the company has been attracting criticism from the users. But users are not happy with the redesign. But first, delete the new version on your iPhone (by pressing the app's icon for several seconds and then tapping the X in the corner).
The updated app still opens the camera, but nearly all other aspects have been overhauled. Plus, there's a new algorithm that's supposed to order your friends by whom you speak to most.
Unfortunately, if you've already had the new Snapchat update installed on your phone, there's not much we can do to help. It means you'll no longer have to scroll through the Chats to find the right person. The Discover page is now arranged in a vertical pattern. These are moved to the new Friends Page along with the regular Snaps and messages.
One of Snapchat's spokespersons released a statement saying, "Updates as big as this one can take a little getting used to, but we hope the community will enjoy it once they settle in". The company hopes people will enjoy this once they get used to it.
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But the redesign is not being recieved well by users as about 83% of reviews on the App Store have given negative replies. But the company has so far pushed it out to only 40 million users.
If your app doesn't automatically update, head to either the App Store (for Apple devices) or Play Store (for Android devices), and install the update from there. Most of the features were shuffled around, causing confusion among most of the app users.
You can also turn off auto-update just for Snapchat, specifically. The simplest way is to uninstall the latest version of Snapchat from your device. You can also allow installation of apps from unknown sources by going to Settings Security and then toggle on Unknown sources. Android uses APK files for apps.
If you've got an iPhone, simply navigate to Setting iTunes & App Store.
Snapchat faces stiff competition from Instagram, which has more than twice the daily users of Snapchat and threatened to stamp out Snapchat by copying features such as photo filters and disappearing slide shows.
Now connect your iPhone to your Windows or Mac computer, open iTunes and select your device. Select the option to "Install" and then sync your device. You'll just be using the old copy of the app that's still saved in your iTunes library. You can grab Snapchat's APK file from the /data/app/folder.