It should be up to the individual if they want to leave a review. it's refreshing to get a free app and be able to use it without buying something right away.
Analysts say older users may be attracted to Snapchat for very different reasons than the app’s traditional millennial users, many of whom rely on it to share pictures and text messages that disappear after being viewed by the intended recipients.
In a push to diversify the content and attract new users, Snapchat has focused, over the past few years, on signing more content deals with news publishers and TV networks that publish short news stories and special mini episodes of shows.
) And certainly the younger demographic has driven the app’s outlandish growth to more than 158 million global daily users at the end of 2016. In fact, when it comes to new users, the fastest-growing segment is those 45 and older.
According to market research firm e Marketer, in 2016, U. Snapchat users in the 45-54 age range doubled from 1.7 million users to 3.5 million, while the number of users over 55 nearly tripled. S., middle-aged and older Snapchat users still account for a small portion of the app’s total users: e Marketer projects that by the end of this year, 11 percent of all Snapchatters will be over 45.
First, the basics: Snapchat Stories are collections of photos and short videos that your friends (and any brands you might connect with) publish to the app. Anything published to Stories is given a lifespan of 24 hours, and Snapchat is capable of stitching multiple pieces of content together into a single story.
To view a story, you simply tap the circle next to your friend's name, or their name itself.Marketers give him feedback on Snapchat's advertising products and what kind of campaigns they might be interested in. The company announced today that users can use the search bar at the top of the app’s main page to find whatever they want in a story.Snapchat released a video that might give you a better idea of how it works: Snapchat says it relies on machine learning to categorize stories.It’s specifically analyzing caption text, time, and visual elements.It's filled with a ton of media — mostly video — broken out into three categories: 1) Discover (from media companies), 2) Live (curated by Snapchat) and 3) Recent Updates (mostly from your friends, but also from brands should you choose to add them).