It is possible to use Snapchat from a computer; however, you need to install the BlueStacks App Player to do so. The BlueStacks App player is an Android emulator software that allows you to use Android Applications from your computer.
To start using Snapchat, download the messaging app from your Android or iOS device. After downloading, tap the Snapchat icon and select Create a Free Account. Create your account by entering your email address, password and username.
Snapchat does not have an official client that is compatible with a computer, but users can run Snapchat on a computer by using a Android app emulator, such as Bluestacks. Snapchat users have the same experience using an Android emulator for messages, but camera support is limited.
Snapchat is an instant messaging application. Messages are in the form of photos or videos, called "snaps," and users can specify how long the recipient can view them before they are automatically deleted, with a range of 1 to 10 seconds.
In some ways, Snapchat is not necessarily safe; for example, although pictures disappear within 10 seconds, people can take screen shots of photos or use other devices to acquire screenshots of pictures. Also, because pictures disappear, parents cannot see what photographic messages their children h
To use Snapchat on a laptop, you must first have an Android emulator, such as the Bluestacks App Player, installed on the laptop. Bluestacks is free and lets you run applications designed for Android systems on the laptop. If you don't have it, download its setup file, and install it.
Snapchat is a mobile-based application that is only available on Android and iOS devices. The application is available for free from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
The Snapchat messaging service application is completely free to use. It allows people to chat and send pictures or videos from a smartphone or tablet. The Snapchat app is available for both Android and Apple operating systems.
Snapchat users can use the company’s social media video messaging mobile software application on their iPad devices. As of 2015, the tablet requires an installed version of the IOS 7 operating system or later.
As of 2015, some display names that celebrities use on Snapchat include Miley Cyrus' "MileyCyrus," Chris Brown's "BPChrisBrown" and Ryan Seacrest's "RyanSeacrest." The exact display name depends on the time a user searches for the celebrity through Snapchat, since Snapchat users can change their dis