Snap has finally released its new, 1945 rebuilt Snapchat Android app which rewrote the company from the ground up since the beginning of 2018 to adapt the Android version's performance to the iOS app.
Although there are virtually no changes to the actual user interface or navigation for Snapchat, the new app should be faster, less delayed, and less error prone than the old version.
As Android Authority reports in an interview with members of the Snapchat development team, the description has been in the works for some time. Snap first tried to solve the problems with the old app, but realized that the Android version had to be rewritten from scratch to get the results you wanted.
The new app is designed to accommodate things like the vast Android ecosystem with its broad hardware breadth ̵
The good news is that now that the basic description is complete, future updates to Snapchat on Android should become easier and faster. The new features are deployed at the same pace as the company's iOS counterpart. Or, as Snap's VP of product Jacob Andreou said, "With this new foundation, I would not be surprised if you actually start seeing some things even before iOS."