If you have a Windows Phone and want to use Snapchat, you had a few unofficial options but that all changes today as these apps have been pulled as Snapchat works to control its platform.
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Yahoo is reportedly closing a deal to invest in instant messaging service Snapchat, in a move that will net Snapchat millions of dollars and which values the company at $10 billion.
Popular messaging application, Snapchat, is seeking deals with advertisers in order to generate revenue, which would result in the app becoming ad-supported some time in the future.
Microsoft has posted up that its app WindUp is not a Snapchat competitor and that it is a research project designed to provide feedback to Microsoft on how content is shared.
If you don't trust the security and privacy of Snapchat, but still want disappearing messages, then Microsoft Research has you covered with a competitor called WindUp, available for Windows Phone 8.
A version of Facebook's rumoured Snapchat-rivaling photo messaging app, Slingshot, appeared erroneously on the App Store for a few hours earlier today allowing some to download and try it.
In the fourth 'Who Has Your Back' report into the privacy standards of companies online, Snapchat, AT&T & Amazon have been named as failing to provide adequate privacy protection for their customers.
The social network Facebook is rumoured to be building its own rival to the popular Snapchat photo and video-messaging service after an unsuccessful attempt to purchase the company last year.
Snapchat settles with FTC over charges that it misled consumers on the disappearing nature of messages, on the secure nature of its service, and its data collection policies.
Snapchat has silently acquired a video streaming startup called AddLive which the company might be using to power the recently introduced video chat capability in its messaging application.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore confirmed that the company is "talking" to Snapchat about bringing its popular messaging app to the Windows Phone platform but offered no other details.
Many users of the photo-sharing app Snapchat have reported that they are being sent spam messages of photos of smoothies with links that redirect to a recipe for a smoothie on AllRecipes.com.
Nokia used its Snapchat account to send out an odd image with a written question mark and a series of numbers that suggest something is being revealed on Feb. 14th.
A security researcher has found a flaw in Snapchat which allows hackers to crash users' phones through DoS attacks. This comes only months after 4.6 million accounts were breached through the app.
Snapchat users can rest a bit easier today, as the company has finally updated its mobile apps. Folks can now opt out of the feature that was used in the exploit that exposed 4.6 million accounts.
The creators of the messaging app Snapchat have announced an update that they claim will help secure accounts, a few days after a group published millions of Snapchat user names and phone numbers.
Hackers posted up the usernames and phone numbers for 4.6 million Snapchat accounts on a website this week, thanks to exploiting a known security issue with the service that has yet to be fixed.
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