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Why Does Everyone Hate The New Snapchat Update?

People can say whatever they like about Snapchat, but the popular ephemeral social media platform is still a giant among social smartphone apps. Without the worry of posts sticking around for essentially all time, Snapchat users are free to post whatever they want whenever they want, no matter how inconsequential it may be. Fun as the app is, though, the most recent update that was automatically installed on users' devices has left many a Snap fan with a bad taste in their mouth, and here's why.
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