UPDATE: If you want the old Snapchat back go leave your comment at this website. Australian Snapchat users are seeing the “new” Snapchat on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018. They started reporting the new layout around 9:30 am. Throughout the first day of this update, users have not been happy with the look and feel with stories no longer having their own screen. Comment below with your location and when you first saw the “new” Snapchat on your iPhone, Android or smartphone.
The latest Snapchat update in December 2017 has infuriated users. Whether it is the stories disaster or the disappearing private saved chats, users are demanding to go back to the old Snapchat. Many want to undo or delete the new Snapchat. In fact, there are dozens of tweets, every single hour, of users asking Snapchat Support to undo the Snapchat update. So, is this possible?
Change can be spooky 👻 We’re here to help with any questions you have about changes in the app. Please note that it’s not possible to revert back to a previous version of Snapchat.
— Snapchat Support (@snapchatsupport) December 10, 2017
I HATE this snap chat update so much holy shit
— Julie Lawrence (@julieelawrence7) December 11, 2017
the new snapchat update is so gross????? they made it so chat and stories are both on the same side and discover is where stories were ????? I’m about to delete the app if I can’t go back
— buy rhythm of your heart on itunes (@trnchngtimelord) December 11, 2017
Anybody else hate the recent snap chat update? #askthepeople
— Merissa (@doubledelege) December 11, 2017
The snapchat update is absolute trash
— jess (@jessicaruest) December 11, 2017
this new snapchat update is trash, i normally like seeing all the stories together -___-‘ it’ll never be the same
— Hamza (@Hamzatic) December 11, 2017
the new snapchat update is horrible
— sierra (@mcphailll_) December 11, 2017
@Snapchat Can you undo this update? It’s awful. I can’t even go back and look at saved stuff in my conversations. Please let me opt out this. I don’t want it.
— Whit to the World (@Whit_Dex) December 3, 2017
@Snapchat GO BACK TO THE OLD SNAPCHAT THIS UPDATE SUCKS MY FRIENDS SNAPS ARE MY CONTENT
— alyssa (@GlitterGirll66) December 3, 2017
We have learned that beta testers do have the ability to delete the latest update. Note that this is on Android phones. We are not certain if iPhone users have the ability to undo or delete a Snapchat update. If you are very tech savvy and know of a way to go back to a previous version of Snapchat, please comment below with how to do it.
What do you think of the new Snapchat? Do you want to undo or delete the latest update?