Snapchat unofficially makes its way to Windows Phone 8

For those of you craving some quick photo sharing between mates, an unofficial Snapchat client has made its way to the Windows Phone Store. Snapchat is already officially available on iOS and Android, but this marks the first time Windows Phone users can access the service, albeit through an unofficial app unimaginatively named "Snapchat (Unofficial)."

The app, available only for Windows Phone 8 devices, has most of the basic features of Snapchat, including the ability to send and receive snaps from friends, caption and annotation tools, and basic settings such as changing the snap timeout and switching to the rear camera. Unfortunately, it appears to be a rather rushed application, so more advanced features such as push notifications have been left out.

Snapchat is an app that allows you to send expiring photos to friends or random people you meet on the internet, which of course is a way to have a lot of fun, NSFW or not. Share your Snapchat usernames below at your own peril, and grab the free app via the link below.

Download: Snapchat (Unofficial) via WPCentral

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Nice to see them expand into WP but I don;t see the point of these apps they really just give a false sense of security as theres 100 other ways to retain the photo.

Oh well what would the internet be without more peoples nude shots popping up hah

Very true, you can take a screenshot. And if you can make an unofficial client like this, you can make your own version that keeps the pictures.