It was easy to use, quick to scan through, and simple to decide who's day you wanna sleuth on and who you want to avoid at all costs. In their new update, Snapchat have now changed that interface and the stories page is now an ugly mess.
And I can’t imagine how anyone could make doing so any faster — without scanning your brain waves, at least.
Taptalk got its first break on Product Hunt, a new site beloved by the tech elite that aims to list the most interesting new websites and apps.
Snapchat went a long way towards rethinking how we chat by reversing the order in which we send messages: while most photo apps treat photos as attachments to be tacked on to your texts, Snapchat made sending a quick photo the first order of business upon opening the app. When you open the app, you immediately see a camera viewfinder, mimicking Snapchat’s trademark interface.
But Taptalk also shows the people you can send a photo or video to below the viewfinder, using faces as send buttons.