Rather than blog about, Snapchat actually hid the brief instruction manual for Friend Emojis in the Snap Channel of its app’s Discover section.
For a video demo of how Friend Emojis work, plus funny coverage of tech and Silicon Valley life, follow me on Snapchat at “Josh Constine” or by focusing your Snapchat camera on my QR Snaptag over here. A “Moon” icon at the top of the camera lets you turn on and off a low-light mode for the camera.
i Tunes Connect allows providers to access the apps, music, movies, TV shows, and books they have made available for download from the App Store, i Tunes Store, and i Books Store.
Now when you’re in the dark, the moon icon will appear, and you can tap it to instantly brighten what you’re looking at, making Snapchat better at night, parties, and concerts.
Snapchat also wants to remind you to send snaps to people you haven’t in a while.
When you go to pick friends to send a Snap to, under your list of “Recents” who you’ve snapped with a lot recently, you’ll see a section of “Needs Love”, who are people you used to snap with a lot but haven’t sent one to in a while.
I would like to see the ability to look at only yesterday's data (a feature that was working fine a year ago until they removed it). Not a lot of effort or thought went into making a great mobile app for us developers. You would think they would put some effort into a mobile app for us. The app has 1 1/2 star rating and it's been like this for a while. Apple must know how unhappy their users are with this app.
And I would like to see the ability to read all reviews from all counties in one list, as well as reply to them (this was introduced recently in i OS, catch up to your own staff). Apple - please reach out to the users of this app and ask them what they need to help them be more a successful app publisher.