Unexpectedly, another Snapchat’s third party app for Windows Phone called Specter is still alive, even they have updated some bug fixes. Get it now to use Snapchat on Windows Phone. But first, lets find out what this app can do and what is the bug fixes.
As we know, Snapchat yet to release the app for Windows Phone, and it seemed like they did not wish to make the app available for Windows. Some developers have finally developed their own third party app to use Snapchat on Windows Phone, but a lot of those apps ended with the abolition of their apps from the Microsoft Store, and many of their users have their accounts locked by Snapchat for security reason.
But now we have Specter, unlike another Snapchat apps for Windows Phone, you have to pay £1.19 to use this app, equal to the price of a cup of coffee or even cheaper. Since this application is not free, so until now the developer keep giving the updates to keep up with the official app. Even if Specter is removed from the Microsoft Store, they will still provide the app somewhere else.
Specter Update: Snapchat App for Windows Phone
The current version of Specter is version 1.4.1 with these features:
- Login with your existing account
- Send image and video messages
- Receive text, image and video messages
- Mark messages as viewed, screenshot or replayed
and the change log for version 1.4.1 are:
- Fixed a bug with sending messages.
- Friends page crashing fixed.
Yes, you still can’t sign up using the app. For Windows Phone users, you have to borrow your friend’s phone who use iPhone or Android to sign up for Snapchat. But don’t worry, they are working on it right now and another features to be following:
- Creating new accounts
- Image and video editor
- Saving messages to history (and syncing with OneDrive)
- Camera on the first page
- Posting day messages
- Better viewing of messages
- Swipe actions
- Better media compression
From what we see, the app needs the UI improving to be more user-friendly. Anyway Specter is the only hope for Windows Phone users to use Snapchat or at least feel like using it.
Let your fellow Windows Phone users find out about the update of Specter: Snapchat’s third party app.