Snapchat is becoming a search engine

Facebook has spent the better part of a year copying key aspects of Snapchat’s products; now it seems Snapchat is returning the favor. The “camera company” announced today that it is revamping the way users search for Stories—the daily photos and videos that people and brands post to their accounts—as well as opening up a new advertising revenue stream.


Matteo Scandolin

Born in Venice, Italy, in 1982, he lives in Milan. He used to write stories, then discovered that he prefers helping others to write. But he still updates his personal blog, Grandi speranze. He founded inutile in 2005.