So, apparently Snapchat is not just for teenagers anymore.
Evidently adults need to get with the programme because Snapchat is the hot app of the moment.
To block a bug-a-boo on Snapchat, select the Snapchat Menu icon, go to 'My Friends,' find the person you want to block and swipe right across their name.
Click on the first icon which is 'settings', and select 'Block' (for Android users, long-hold their name, press 'Edit' then 'Block.') If you are interested in simply sexting with strangers on Snapchat (yes, here at The Debrief we make sure to fill the weird and wonderful needs of our wide array of readers), we have found this list of the best dirty Snapchat users and also this forum with (very) sexy Snapchat people for you to add.
After this you can amend your pic with the option to add emojis, draw on your picture or add a filter.
Here is a video tutorial on how to edit your pictures on Snapchat. You can now send pre-saved pictures from your camera roll to Snapchat (accessed by pressing the square at the bottom left of the screen), and amend these as above.
--- 'If you’ve ever tried to recover lost data after accidentally deleting a drive or maybe watched an episode of CSI, you might know that with the right forensic tools, it’s sometimes possible to retrieve data after it has been deleted.' – The Snapchat peeps Jeez, Snapchat, we were kinda hoping you’d declare it all lies, but alas.
It would appear that our nudes are not as safe as we thought. With 'Snapchat Story,' if you accidentally post something you don't want, you can take it down (a new perk from Snapchat) and pray that no one had a chance to view it already.With the new feature which allows you to send pre-saved pictures which will automatically be 'lost' after your buddy has seen them, you can sext with someone while, for instance, waiting in the dentist’s waiting room. Forbes reports that Richard found out how to retrieve Snapchat pictures from Android phones by downloading data from it using forensics software and removing a “.No Media” file extension that was forbidding the pictures from being viewed on the phone. Richard has published his findings online and he even has a video showing how to do it.Unfortunately, Snapchat’s original genius plan for privacy was kind of thrown out the window when screenshotting became a thing.If however, someone screenshots what you’ve sent them on Snapchat, Snapchat lets you know that they have done so.Other than that (and unless the other person has set up a camera to record his phone (in which case, a restraining order is in order) and if everyone adheres to the rules, it should be the safest form of sexting. When sexting photos of yourself to someone that they can keep, they can always go back and look at these photos whenever they please.