Among teenagers today, the Snapchat app is one of the most prevalent in use. It is particularly used for sharing pictures and short videos with those on one’s friends list. Surprising as it may sound, Snapchat was originally created for the purpose of looking awkward to family and friends, basically just for laughs. Today, however, what you find on there are immodest pictures of young boys and girls being thrown around. Going by Snapchat’s policy pertaining to shared videos and pictures, these shared contents are immediately destroyed after view. But then, does that guarantee the safety of one’s privacy? I doubt it because going by the spate at which hackers try to spy on someone’s Snapchat account, there is the likelihood that these destroyed contents can reappear.
Attimes, it is an impossible task to mind one’s business and not spy into someone else’s Snapchat account. An example of such instances is when you are a parent- a caring one at that- and you have suspicions about your little girl’s activities. You might have noticed that she spends too much time with her phone or has changed towards you in a somewhat awkward and short time frame that you just can’t wrap your head around. A good way to know ‘what’s up’ is to go through her smartphone. The root cause might be in her Snap chat messages, WhatsApp messages or on any other app. Another instance could be that you want to retain a vital conversation you had with your friend for record purpose. Because of these unavoidable situations, there are many gimmicks that can help you retain whatever it is you want to be kept be it pictures, videos or conversations.
The internet is littered with various spy applications that one can use to spy on someone’s Snapchat account. These software will assist in saving shared pictures, videos, and conversations on Snapchat. Getting a mobile phone monitoring application will help you grab all multimedia files shared by the person/people on your spy list. This software also makes it possible to track all these shared files to the actual dates they were made public.