The self-destructing messages service is now rolling out a new design to iOS users, undoing at least a few of the contentious changes it introduced with its previous redesign.
Chris Paul put the team on his back
But even for his Houston Rockets teammates, what they saw from him Tuesday night (Wednesday, Manila time) was on another level. For a variety of reasons (ok, it was mainly injury), the Warriors did not use the Death Lineup against Houston all season.
The update is available now on both iOS and Android.
That's according to the latest tracking study from YouGov, which shows that Snapchat's "impression score" - showing whether consumers have a positive or negative impression of a brand - plummeted from a high of 30 in late January to a low of 8 in early April. Stories will now be returned to the far-right Discover page. In fact, the new design seems to undo most of the major changes made in the previous redesign. Friends stories are listed at the top with subscriptions below with a "for you" explore page at the bottom showing celebrities and news outlets the app think a user would enjoy.
Marquez wins eventful Spanish Grand Prix
In the 9th lap Hondo's Marquez makes his move and takes the lead with Dovizioso moving ahead of Pedrosa to take third. Seven-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi finished fifth at the race.
Friends' Stories will remain separate from branded content, just as they were in the last Snapchat redesign.
"We are now rolling out an update to address this by sorting communication by recency and moving "Stories" from friends to the right side of the application, while maintaining the structural changes we have made around separating friends from creators and sorting friends" "Stories' by relationships", Evan Spiegel, CEO, Snapchat had said earlier this month, in the company's first-quarter earnings call. Stories can now be shared outside the app on the web, while the app also gained new text and mute options.
GGG ties Hopkins' mark with KO of Martirosyan
It took the 36-year-old Golovkin just two rounds to finish Martirosyan, who was fighting for the first time in almost two years. Not only did Gennady Golovkin have to face a new opponent, but the venue of the fight and its viewing status was altered.
Quetta mine collapse death toll rises to 23
Two workers were rescued in an unconscious condition, while bodies of two miners were recovered on Saturday night. The mines reportedly have a history of poor enforcement of safety regulations.
Roma furious with refereeing decisions in Champions League
Having missed a huge chance to open the scoring in the first leg, Mane recovered well to help fire Liverpool into the final. The Reds lost 4-2 in the second leg in the Italian capital but still advanced to face Real Madrid in Kiev on 26 May.
Stocks Move Notably Lower After Fed Signals June Rate Hike
Equities tumbled in the final hour of trading as concern mounted that the Fed may let inflation run hot as it gradually tightens. The benchmark United States 10-year Treasury yield eased about 1 basis point in early Asian trade to 2.970 percent.
Musk and Buffett make a natural pair trade
Both Buffett and Munger loathe cryptocurrencies, which the Berkshire CEO on Saturday predicted "will come to bad endings". Elon Musk also had something to say on the issue when he tweeted "I'm going to build a moat & fill it w candy".