October 20, 2013
Shortly after we reported that Snapchat manually retrieves photos and videos sent through its network, aka "Snaps," at the request of law enforcement officials, we told you about an app called SnapHack Pro. Basically, SnapHack Pro lets users save Snaps to their iDevices. But it's hardly the first app with this capability. In fact, one of the earlier apps with similar functionality has just been updated to version 2.0. I'm referring to Snap Save, which was released early last July. Snap Save 2.0 introduces a couple of new major features. First, it adds support for thumbnails for saved snaps. Second, it adds support for Snapchat Stories. Introduced to Snapchat earlier this month through the app's 6.0 update, Stories are rolling compilations of Snaps from the last 24 hours. Snap Save 2.0 also introduces a new design based on the look and feel of iOS 7, thereby bringing the app on par in this respect with the iOS 7-ready SnapHack Pro. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, Snap Save 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free. The app offers an in-app upgrade for $2.99, removing all ads and unlocking the ability to save Snaps directly to your device’s library. Snap Save lets you save Snaps, be they photos or videos, simply by logging in to your Snapchat account. After logging in, you can cache and keep all of your unopened Snaps into Snap Save for viewing anytime. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
Snap Save for Snapchat - Screenshot save your photos and videos for free.
SnapHack Pro for Snapchat - Screenshot save your photos and videos