Rudy Huyn offered Snapchat the source code for his third-party app, 6snap, revealed in a tweet today. 6snap and other third-party Snapchat clients were removed from the Windows Phone Store on December 20th, further frustrating Windows Phone owners that no official Snapchat app has been released.
According to Huyn, there does not seem to be any plan for an official Snapchat app for Windows Phone anytime soon. There have been countless online petitions for an official Snapchat app to no avail. Snapchat has threatened to ban account holders who use third-party apps to access the popular photo messaging service. In my opinion, 6snap is the most full-featured third-party Snapchat app for the Windows Phone and I find it foolish that Snapchat does not tap into the Windows Phone market with the release of an official app.
Huyn tried to work with Microsoft to push Snapchat to make an official app with no such luck. Hopefully, Snapchat will come to their senses and take Rudy Huyn up on his offer.
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— Rudy Huyn (@RudyHuyn) January 8, 2015