Snapchat Launches Text, Video Chat Service

snapchatsnapchatSnapchat has launched a Chat service, that lets users share both text and video. To start chatting, swipe right on a friend’s name in your Snapchat inbox. When you leave the chat screen, messages viewed by both you and your friend will be cleared, but you can always tap or screenshot to save anything you’d like to keep.  Snapchat will also alert users when a friend is available to chat. Press and hold to share live video, if you want to video chat.

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