Snapchat's controversial new feature allows other people to see where you are in real time…
Snap Map uses data such as your location, speed of travel and phone usage to work out where you are and what you're doing, and shares this you're doing, and share information with you friends on an interactive map. The map, which you can launch by pinching the Snapchat camera, is precise enough to show not only what street you're on, but also whereabouts of that area.
Fortunately , Snapchat lets you opt out of sharing your location with “Ghost Mode“, which is enabled by default. However, while “Ghost Mode“ hides you from your friends' maps, it allows you to track any of your friends who haven't turned it on.
08 July 2017
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