First, you may want to sign up for an account already as described above.
This will make the whole experience a bit easier and less of a hassle.
And people, strangely, are more comfortable sharing information about themselves sometimes with strangers online, simply because it’s someone who is outside of their normal circle of friends, much in the same way you share things with a therapist.” – Nev Schulman For those who haven’t gotten on the Snapchat bandwagon, Snapchat is a messaging app that has a completely different take on what messaging apps should do.
It’s a great messaging option for people who value privacy, or else just down’t want to clutter their phone or their friends’ phones with a ton pictures or messages that are no longer relevant.
But, like many of the most popular apps and utilities out there today, Snapchat is only available for mobile devices.
The first thing to keep in mind is that you can sign up online for Snapchat but it is much easier to do so when you’re on a mobile phone or i Pad.
I would suggest using your i Phone or Android if you have one to initially sign up and if you don’t already have one you may be able to borrow one from your friend.
It’s also good for sending any information that is particularly sensitive, and which you may not want to risk your recipient accidentally sending out.