Nice, porn on a time limit.
Snapchat hopes to outgrow its bad rap as a sexting app, but first it’s outgrowing the Stanford dorm room where it started. Today it announced it has hired a community manager and two engineers, and has now been used to share 110 million photos that each disappear after a set time limit.
Now its shooting to release a big iOS update by the end of June that will include “password recovery, bug fixes, a faster camera and drawing”. And to appease its younger core demographic who might not be able to afford iPhones, it’s building out an Android version.
Snapchat burst into the tech scene’s consciousness last month thanks to a New York Times article. But that piece framed its ability to let a photo’s sender select to have their picture disappear seconds after being received as being primarily for sending nude photos.
However, co-founder Evan Speigel refuses to…
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