Snapchat’s redesigned Android app will be released at the end of 2019

CEO of Snap, the company that owns the Snapchat app has announced that the redesign of the version of the Snapchat app for Android will be released to all users by the end of 2019. Evan Spiegel announced it on Monday at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference 2019 in San Francisco, “The rebuild will be rolled out by the end of the year.”

A few years ago Snapchat had agreed to the need and required redesigning their Android application. Snapchat has even launched a new design for some users that is expected by the end of 2018. Now the redesigned Snapchat application will really be realized by the end of this year.

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Snapchat redesigned Android app will be released at the end of 2019

Snapchat did appear for the first time on iOS and iPhone. Without a doubt, the Snapchat app runs better on the iOS platform. Every time there are new features, iPhone users get the privilege to try it first, only a few moments later it will also be released on the Google Play Store. Because of this gap, users even thought that Evan Spiegel hated Android. Now after years of begging and complaining, Snapchat finally changed the situation for the better.

This is a bold statement, but since Snap lost many users of the Android ecosystem, this can also be very true. A new version of the Snapchat application for Android that will be more fluid and faster will undoubtedly encourage more users who have moved away from the drastic experience of Snapchat on Android.

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Unfortunately, there are no real details on the redesign time other than the timeline. But to be sure, by the end of this year get ready to welcome the new version of the Snapchat app for Android that is faster and answering to all complaints from Snapchat Android app users.

link: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/25/snap-ceo-snapchats-new-android-app-to-be-rolled-out-by-end-of-2019.html

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