W hat is Snapchat? It's the social app that's currently seeing more than 350m photos shared every day. The startup with no revenues that's received nearly $94m of funding so far, and which reportedly recently turned down a $3bn acquisition offer from Facebook.
It's the service that may be pulling millions of teenagers away from that social network, but which is also giving parents headaches over sexting and cyberbullying. It's making VC firms giddy with excitement, but is being sued by one of its own co-founders.
Snapchat is one of the hottest mobile apps in the world, but also one of the most controversial. Here's a 10-point primer on its past, present and future.
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Snapchat's co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy started working together at Stanford University, initially on a website for students called Future Freshman, among other projects. "We would experiment and fail. We must have attempted nearly 34 projects," Spiegel told the Palisadian Post in August.