Record Snapchat Videos on iPhone
Snapchat is an image messaging and multimedia mobile application created by Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy, and Reggie Brown, former students at Stanford University, and developed by Snap Inc., originally Snapchat Inc.
The app allows users to share photos and videos, called snaps, which disappear after a set amount of seconds.
To be precise, screen-grabbing other people’s snaps is generally considered poor etiquette.
Given the fact that the Snapchat gives the option wherein, in-the-moment photos and videos that you can send with it disappears. The recording feature of Snapchat comes with the screen recording functionality.
Snapchat displays a very visible notification saying that a video has been recorded. The video recipient will still have it and you cannot delete it on their device, however, the sender will know about it. This guide works on newly launched iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and other iPhone models.
It is actually considered a poor gesture to record someone’s snap without the person knowing it. Through Snapchat’s video and photos recording feature there was a way to do it without other users realizing in some cases. However, in other cases users were notified but it doesn’t appear to be consistent.
If someone tries to use iOS 11 screen recording to get the Snapchat screenshot notification, users will be notified that their private snap has been recorded.
The argument on whether it is a healthy feature or not. Nobody would ever like their videos or photos to be recorded without their knowledge and hence snap chat has done it best part to make sure the information is sent to the sender through the notification.
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However, those terms wherein the Snapchat feature used for recording without the sender knowing it would not go well with the recipient and hence it would be a case of decision making!