Facebook and Instagram were considered to be the best social media platforms in the world until Snapchat appeared. Unlike Facebook or Instagram, Snapchat decided to feature a unique system when it comes to uploading content. What we mean by this is that everything that gets uploaded on Snapchat eventually disappears.
Hilarious Photo Filters
Even though being able to share photos and videos without having to worry that someone might save them is one of Snapchat’s biggest strengths, the best thing about this social media platform is its photo filters.
Taking photos on Snapchat is a great experience because users get to choose from a wide range of filters that make their photos look amazing or hilarious, depending on what type of filter people choose. To make things even better, these filters get updated every day.
Snapchat 10.32.2.0 Beta
Talking about updates, Snapchat’s developers are constantly looking for new features which can improve the app. In fact, a brand-new update arrived and it changes the app’s version number to “10.32.2.0 Beta”.
As the update’s name implies, beta testers are the only ones who can get their hands on the update right now. On the bright side of things, enrolling in Snapchat’s beta program is not that complicated.
All that Snapchat users need to do is to create a special account and download the beta version of the app. Although, we do need to warn readers that becoming beta testers means that they will need to provide developers with feedback about issues that they might encounter.
Bug Fixes and Improvements
The new update doesn’t contain any cool or innovative features and its focused towards improving the stability of Snapchat instead. Therefore, beta testers who decide to download this latest update are going to receive bug fixes and software tweaks.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.