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100,000 sign petition to reverse SnapChat update

Thousands of SnapChat users sign petition to reverse the app's newest update.

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Thousands of SnapChat users sign petition to reverse the app's newest update.

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SnapChat users are not happy with the app’s newest update.  Now they are taking a stand by signing an online petition.

When SnapChat announced a new update in November, no one was expecting to hate it as much as they do.  According to many users, the app is now difficult to use and defeats the purposes SnapChat has had in recent years.  Now, tens of thousands of people have signed a petition to restore the app to its original form.  The petition, started by Nic Rumsey, states, “With the release of the new SnapChat update, many users have found that it has not made the app easier to use, but has in fact made many features more difficult… This petition aims to help convince Snap Inc. to change the app back to basics, before this new 2018 update.”  At the time of publication, 100,000 people have signed the petition.

Snap Inc., the makers of SnapChat, have been responding to these complaints on Twitter, stating that users will get used to the update.  Despite these claims, users are still trying to reverse the altercations.  This online petition, which is gaining more supporters every second, is hoping to make Snap Inc. aware of users’ dissatisfaction and spark a change in SnapChat.  The petition is 50,000 signatures short of its 150,000 goal and can be found on Change.org.

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