File this under no surprise, but developer of popular third-party Snapchat app, Rudy Huyn, has confirmed that there is no hope of a future return to the Windows Phone Store. Snapchat still isn't playing ball, but Huyn has teased something for the future.
"Some news, 6snap won't come back, not my choice but Snapchat bans all apps. BUT, I will publish 2 new apps very soon derived from #6snap"
Sadly Snapchat remains one of the most high profile services not represented on Windows Phone, and that doesn't look like coming to an end any time soon. Looking to more positive news, Huyn will have more new apps for us soon, and the message posted today has us intrigued as to what they're going to be.
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