Allow automatic updating android apps
Wtf they might as well delete the camera option as well and just call it "chat" 😭😂 #snapchat #snapchatupdate — Chloe Angel (@chloeeangeel) February 6, 2018 But enough moaning.
Let’s look at some preventative measures you can employ in future.
Its radical redesign has, among other things, introduced an overhauled ‘Discover’ tab that now highlights videos from people you aren’t friends with and is prioritised based on what Snapchat thinks you’re going to like (aka the data it harnesses on stuff you’ve previously clicked on).
Snapchat have gotten rid of the "my story" part of Snapchat!!
Since the launch of Android Auto, drivers have been disappointed by the requirement to have their phones tethered to a cable.
Not only was it inconvenient to plug in each time you got in the car, especially if you had a lot of quick stops to make, but it was also problematic when most cars didn't feed enough power through the designated port to keep phones from draining.
I would expect these settings to appear on any phone, even if they've never connected to a Wireless-capable car, which leads me to think Google hasn't flipped the switch quite yet.
Snapchat recently released its first major update of 2018 – and while we’re sure there’s a useful feature knocking about in the February patch somewhere, it’s mostly making people lose the plot.
Unless stated otherwise, don't expect to see these features if you install the apk.It follows the conventional placement of an exit command at the bottom of a list, and it puts the command where people can easily reach it if they're using their phone one-handed.All of the other menu options are still in the same order, but one line higher.What you need to do is disable automatic updates, and that’s pretty easy.On the Kindle for i OS and Kindle for Android app, you can now automatically mark a book as Currently Reading when you begin it and mark it as Read when you finish it.
Disclaimer: Teardowns are based on evidence found inside of apks (Android's application package) and are necessarily speculative and usually based on incomplete information.