Snapchat Releases 'Rebuilt' Android App, Claims It's Faster and Has Fewer Bugs

Photo-messaging app Snapchat has finally released its rebuilt app for Android users in a bid to bring performance for the Android Variant up to par with All the iOS version.

The redesign doesn’t implement any major changes in the user interface (UI) or navigation on Snapchat, however the newest version is expected to be much faster than the older version with lesser bugs, ” The Verge reported on Monday.

The new app was made to factor in things like the massive Android ecosystem, with its wide breadth of hardware – particularly for cameras and processors, that usually means that different phones can have widely varied capacities.

“With this new foundation I wouldn’t be surprised if you actually see things beginning to come to Android even before iOS occasionally,” the accounts quoted Snapchat’s Vice President of Product, Jacob Andreou as stating.

The organization had been working on this new version for Android users since the beginning of 2018.

The company first tried to only patch its way out of the difficulties with the older program, but finally realised that it might have to unveil the Android variation from scratch to get the results the firm wanted, the report stated.

Snapchat announced that the roll-out of this new Android version via Twitter using the hashtag — #SnapForAndroid plus a picture of this’Snapchat Ghost’ grinning at the Android robot.

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