Mashable user jenni kathleen wrote: The new version of Snapchat has been out for quite a while now, and it’s been my go-to photo-sender for the last couple years.
While I have a handful of photos to send, I prefer the app’s simplicity and simplicity of interface to its built-in social media features.
However, I also find myself wishing there was a way to automatically upload photos from my phone to the app, so I can send them to people I don’t normally share with.
If Snapchat is going to continue to grow in popularity, it needs to find a way for its users to automatically post photos to its app and not have to wait for them to be manually added to the photos queue.
I’ve been using Instagram for years, but that’s not always been the case for me, especially when I wanted to share something with my friends.
The new Snapchat has made this a snap.
The app now has a simple interface that lets you quickly and easily create a photo, post it to your own Instagram account, and send it to people you know or like.
For example, I created a photo of myself with a cat in front of a tree and then uploaded it to my Instagram account.
The cat was a quick and easy to find, with its name and photo tagged.
That photo is now in my Snap group and my friends have been sharing it on Instagram as well.
Now, it’s just a matter of finding it and uploading it.
I’m happy to have a photo to share with friends.
However I’ve had some issues in the past with Instagram being unable to automatically add photos to a group.
It’s possible that I’ve inadvertently deleted a photo that I uploaded to Instagram, but I’ve never had any trouble adding photos to my account.
I think it’s a great addition for Snapchat.
I hope the app keeps improving in the coming months and that Instagram is able to support automatic uploads of photos from other people.