Facebook is working again at a Snapchat Competitors: The project is internally called “Slingshot”. If and when the app will eventually appear, but it is unclear.
Slingshot would not be the first Snapchat clone of Facebook: Previously, there was already the app “poke”, which, however, was advised a long time forgotten until it Facebook a few days ago as remote from the App Store download portals . With Slingshot, the company is now preparing a new approach, such as the Financial Times (via 9 to 5 Mac ) reports.
Like Poke should Slingshot provide a way to short video clips – and probably photos – send them to other users, the short message service would operate separately from the Facebook Messenger or private messages on Facebook. As with Snapchat the videos would only briefly stored on Facebook’s servers and the recipient’s device, after which they are again only available at the receiver.
Facebook’s management have Slingshot not yet granted the blessing for publication, so it could well be that the app will eventually not see the light of the world.
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