'I was wrong about Snapchat...the magic of the app is its urgency'
It's no surprise the platform has just passed out Twitter, writes Colette Sexton
Snapchat is one of my most used apps now.
On it, people can send videos and photos to their friends, use its software to swap faces (more entertaining than it sounds), turn themselves into everything from rabbits and dogs to zombies, and vomit rainbows. As well as a forum to communicate with friends, the app gives a slightly less polished glimpse into the daily lives of bloggers and influencers, many of whom have built up...
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