New Snapchat Update Will Not Add Ugly White Frame




When it comes to the story concept, Snapchat is the platform which invented stories to share your real-time activity with your followers. Now, it is the most used application in all over the world with a gigantic number of download.

Snapchat is specially designed to share photos of whatever is happening around you and by giving the advantage to this until today snaps which are posted on your Snapchat story directly from your camera roll got the white frame around it and that really looks ugly. Anyone can guess that it is posted from you camera-roll. But now it is gone away.

Snapchat rolled out its new update for both Android and iOS devices for their user. This new update has some major bug fixes and features. This new update now will not add that ugly white borders in your snaps, you will upload from your camera roll. However, there are some quite annoying things still present in the Snapchat app.

The application is still not the perfect. The horizontal clicked photos automatically get rotated into the verticle direction whenever you add them to the story. There is no any way to get the original position. Taking an example of the Instagram, it never rotates pictures as well as it never adds the white border around the pictures which are older.

This might be the next step taken by the Snapchat to leave behind the faster-growing application Instagram in the race. However, we should note that Instagram stories are most used feature by everyone and Snapchat is still so much behind in the race.

So what do you think about this new Snapchat update? Let us know in the comment section below.




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