Snapchat has released its first major update of 2018 - and while we're sure there's a useful feature knocking about somewhere, it's mostly making people lose the plot a bit.
From there, you'll be able to turn off auto-update for Snapchat.
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"There is a strong likelihood that the redesign of our application will be disruptive to our business in the short term, and we don't yet know how the behaviour of our community will change when they begin to use our updated application", Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel said at the time.
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The app's major redesign has finally reached the United States, and some people hate it. Petition website Change.org said more than 30 petitions have been launched in the last day protesting the new Snapchat update and asking developer Snap to change the app back to the way it was before.
While users are annoyed by the redesign, a Snapchat spokesperson told The Sun that it is a huge update and it would require "a little getting used to".
If you want to downgrade to the old Snapchat design, folks at Tech Advisor have found two ways to do so. If you want, you can also turn off Auto-update for specific apps.
On the app, you need to go to settings, and then "Support" which you will find by clicking on the cog symbol. They can download to an older version of Snapchat via iTunes.
Early this week, Snapchat users woke up to an updated app. Many started sharing links and tips to restore the old version. Now uninstall the new update and plug your smartphone in to a PC. The version you have stored in iTunes will copy over to your iPhone. This prevents any unnecessary updates such as the Snapchat one. Now tap on the X in the top-left corner to delete the app. Hit the Install button and sync your device.