Slingshot is so named because it requires recipients to “sling” a shot, i.e. a photo or a video, back to senders in order to view messages. For more information on the app, check out our original review here on AppAdvice.
Slingshot was officially launched for U.S. users on the App Store late last June and made available internationally just a week later. It then received its first major update late last month, featuring support for sending reactions to reactions and a new My People tab.
Now, the second major update to Slingshot is here with several enhancements. The update lets you see all of your unlocked shots grouped by person and tap a notification to go straight to your list of shots.
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The new version of Slingshot also lets you invite people to download the app via text, email, Facebook, Twitter, and more. Of course, it also includes bug fixes.
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