The app has ticked off its most loyal users with its latest redesign which merges your friends' snap messages with their Stories.
There's also a good chance you'll lose your Memories when uninstalling Snapchat, so Snapchat tweeted out a series of moves you'll need to make to make that happen.
Twitter user Clare Jamesposted step-by-step instructions Friday on how to revert back to the old Snapchat on iOS, and we confirmed on our own iPhone X that it works! Many people hated it and reacted very angrily as out of all social media platforms, snapchat is considered to be less user friendly app. The best option is to make yourself familiar with new Snapchat but if you really feel that you can't live without old design.
Basically, you have to delete the app, turn off automatic updates for it, and then re-download it again.
While it works, it's far from a permanent solution. With most apps, if you opt for the upgrade you're stuck with the new version until the developer puts out something new.
Now, for the catch: A Snapchat spokesperson told Mashable that this workaround is only temporary.
You should also be mindful of the fact that deleting the app also deletes all of the Memories so be sure to go into the Settings menu first and select Backup Progress to ensure that the Memories aren't deleted. So you then have to decide whether you want to stick with the old version or get new features when they're released.
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