The article provides a more detailed look at how new users can take advantage of Snapchat’s wide variety of functions. In particular, the report discusses how users can customize their images or video through Snapchat by letting them “doodle” on it.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 18, 2014
Many mobile apps made for smartphones are finding it harder and harder to stand out amidst the crowded competition that many of them are encountering in their respective niches. Because of this, many developers are forced to think up of “hooks” which would make their product look more attractive to casual users. One of those apps which have succeeded in this regard is Snapchat, a new platform which boasts 100-million unique users and is valued at around $10B mainly because of its defining concept: the user sends a picture, and that picture can only be viewed for ten seconds before it gets completely erased by the system.
Now that Snapchat seems to be hitting its peak, many people are interested in trying out its free service, but are hesitant to do so since they do not know where to start “experimenting”. In this regard, Vinamy recently published a report which helps users take advantage of the many wonderful functions that this new app has in store for them entitled ‘How to Use Snapchat: The Beginner’s Primer to Send-and-Disappear’. This article specifically uncovers practical tips and techniques for users to capture and edit photos and videos that are tailored for the Snapchat platform.
The report is divided into two main parts. In the first part, the article discusses how Snapchat can be an essential app for one’s smartphone. In particular, it discusses how using the app can free up space on the hard drive of one’s phone because of its need to “de-clutter” new photos that may prove to be inessential for one in the long run.
In the second part of the report, the article provides a more detailed look at how new users can take advantage of Snapchat’s wide variety of functions. In particular, the report discusses how users can customize their images or video through Snapchat by letting them “doodle” on it with the use of a stylus or just their fingers. In addition, it also details the introduction of new features to the platform like Snapchat Stories, which allows users to display their photos on a public feed within 24 hours of its initial posting.
David Fisher from the site Vinamy.com says of the report: “This article contains practical tips for incorporating photos and videos through Snapchat. If you are a newbie using this platform, you should not miss out on these tips. I highly recommend this article to people and hope that this will allow new users to fully enjoy using the platform for whatever purpose they have in mind.”
If people want to get more detailed information from the full article, please visit the website: http://vinamy.com/how-to-use-snapchat/.