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#ISNAP
Isnap is for iPhone users only. It is an app just like snapchat but it has better features. Isnap allows you to have more than one replay a day, and if you accidently exit out if the app you can still use you replays. The kind of features isnap has is over ten special text, you can send pictures and videos that last up to 60 seconds, you can group chat you will have more filters, you can add GIFs and you can add funny images, you will even can to add music to your pictures/videos. If you want other people to see your Snap you can send it to your Facebook, twitter, and Instagram. ISNAP is targeted to teenagers and young adults.
Questions.
1. How is your app different from snapchat?
ISNAP is different from snapchat because it lets you send pictures and videos that are longer than the pictures on snapchat. You can’t put music in your pictures/videos on snapchat but you can on isnap. 2. On what platforms will the mobile app be available?
ISNAP is only available for iPhone users. 3. Who are your targeting audience?
Teenagers and young adults. 4. Why should consumers download ISNAP
ISNAP has many features it is a fun way to get connected with your friends and family and share your life with them. 5. Is this app free?
Yes it is free and always will be free. If you want more features you have to purchase them.…...

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