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And yes, it’s coming to Windows Phone--unofficially officially.
Much like Instagram, Snapchat relies on private APIs that controlled by the developers of the service.
In theory, they could open it up to third-party developers, but like Instagram they want to control the experience.
Part of that experience is disabling screen-captures of expiring photos—after all, that defeats the whole purpose.
Indeed on i OS and Android, if you screen-cap the pic, it will tell the other person that you did.
While i OS and Android both have official clients, Windows Phone is on the sidelines, again. We can tell you definitively that there are currently two groups of developers working on Snapchat for Windows Phone. Like Instagram, APIs can be cracked and it’s not exactly too hard to do so for such a simple service.
One of those in development is Swapchat, made by two developers under SRC Apps.
The app is in private beta now and it works, basically, as advertised.
You can register, add contacts and yes, send photos (if the other party is on i OS and Android, it will notify you that they screen cap’d the image, but not vice versa).
Notifications don't yet work, but we'll chalk that up to being a beta.
We won’t review the app now for obvious reasons but in short, we’re impressed with it. In other words, it has huge potential and it is the real deal.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating