Snapchat bans third-party apps for anonymous messaging


Snap has banned anonymous messaging from third-party apps.

Snapchat’s connection requires users to register to use third-party apps. It is important to have a visible username and identity of the user.

Last May, Snapchat banned Yolo and LMK, a third-party app that uses Snapchat’s connections.

A teenage user was molested by using these two apps which resulted in the user committing suicide. Only 2 percent of third-party apps will be affected by this new policy.

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