When Snapchat app Specter disappeared from the store 2 weeks ago we thought we had heard the last off the 3rd party Snapchat client, but it seems zombie-like the app has once again risen from the dead.
The developer has continued to work on the app, which is now up to version 1.2.6, and now supports 2 factor authentication login.
The app now also supports the ability to change the API endpoint, which presumably means the app will be more resilient to changes at the back-end communicating with Snapchat’s servers.
Of course despite the developer’s efforts the app’s future continues to be tenuous, which users should bear in mind when they consider spending £1.19 for the app. On the other hand that’s less than a cup of coffee, which suggests it’s not really worth your time to worry about.
The app currently supports:
- login with your existing account
- send image and video messages
- receive text, image and video messages
- mark messages as viewed, screenshot or replayed
He is working on
- adding friends
- sending text messages
- image and video editor
- saving messages to history
- camera on the first page
- posting and viewing persistent messages
If you regularly purchase coffee and wish you had Snapchat download Specter from the store here.