Last week Snapchat updated their official apps on Android and iOS with the text chat and video calling. We don’t have an official Snapchat app yet for Windows Phone, but we do have 6snap. It’s a stellar third-party Snapchat client for Windows Phone. The developer, Rudy Huyn, has just released a beta version of 6snap that allows Windows Phone users to participate in the new Snapchat features. Download it now!
The sneak peek of version 3.0 of 6snap gives you access to chat conversations. Now you can talk to your Android and iOS friends who have been using the feature over the past week. If you already have 6snap installed you’ll need to sign out. Snapchat doesn’t allow two applications to be connected to their servers at the same time, so you’ll be kicked out of your sessions.
In the 'snaps' view you'll see a chat bubble on the far right. Tap that to start talking to your friends!
6snap Beta is free to download and use. Grab it from the Windows Phone Store and let us know what you think! Remember this is a beta, so send any bugs you find to Rudy.
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