Parents are often quick to remind their children to never start a chat with strangers out in public or in the street, but what about the Internet?Thanks to advances in technology, children now have the opportunity to meet and converse with strangers of all ages, nationalities, and different behaviors and intentions.Parents need to know that Snapchat is a popular messaging app that allows teens to exchange user-generated photos, texts, videos, and calls -- both audio and video.The developer claims that "Snaps" can't be saved within the app and are only viewable for one to 10 seconds before disappearing from the recipient's device, noting that the app notifies the sender if the recipient takes a screenshot of an image.Here are 10 apps to help you talk to people who won’t know it’s you on the other side, or to help you find kindred spirits to share thoughts with.With these apps you can find people who you don’t know and will probably never ever meet in real life, to talk to.Everything blows over over time anyways, but if you need someone to talk to right now, minus the possibility of getting your worries trampled over, here are the apps you should check out.Wut Wut is social app to let you share non-permanent messages to Facebook friends who are also on Wut Wut, without blowing your cover.
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However, several third-party programs easily intercept and store any Snaps sent to the user, and users can buy replays of Snaps via in-app purchase, negating the "temporary" aspect of the service.
Also, as of 2017, users can play Snaps as long as they'd like until they exit that Snap, which deletes it as usual.
As of 2016, Snapchat also has video-recording glasses called Specs available for purchase which record short videos that you can send to your phone and, from there, post to Snapchat.