people have started to create unnecessary chaos and drama regarding the recent snap-chat false breakthrough, read this and get to know the reality



Almost everyone is familiar with the India-snapchat ego hit outrage which took into the hot list last week. The topic steamed when it was said in the court by a third person that the former snapchat CEO namely Evan Spiegel has in a casual talk with his employees said –

“This app is only for rich people. I don’t want to expand into poor countries like India and Spain.”

Mind me….there are no proofs of the CEO himself directly speaking the words out.

Yet if we take it to be true the way how Indians have reacted to it seems stupid itself. We have uninstalled the app….marked it 1 star on play store and app store and twitter if flooding with hate for snapchat as well as the CEO. As a result its market value and stocks have crashed.

Yo India !!! once again our EGO and POPULATION joined together wins the race.


You may think so…but we have done nothing other then proving our-self stupid and poor of course. Half of the Indians are bullshiting about “SNAPDEAL” on twitter even singer Sonu Sood (guys not Nigam…! enough of the confusion.πŸ˜£πŸ˜΅πŸ˜­πŸ’ƒ)Β  didn’t get his fats clear before bursting out on twitter. (πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’)

the statement was for span as well as India both…..but you will not find even a single Spanish to react the way we did…..(Why????)….because they font damn care about it anyway. its just like when your friend asks you if you have crush on the person and you decline so studiously so that they come to know…..

Spain has a per capita income of over $32,000. India has a per capita income of little over $5000. So you see….the reality.?And if Spain doesn’t make a cut, how can India where millions still live on wages that amount to less than a dollar every day…

In a way our reaction has proved us both poor as well as stupids…..


#boycottsnapdeal are some hashtags you would find in twits ….and this way we Indians are uninstalling , one-starring our own Indian app….val-la!!!

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(SNAPDEAL twits too are ought to be given a look at guys…πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜πŸ˜‚)


Two, the statement is accurate whether made by Spiegel or not. India is indeed a poor country. And while you can argue that it has a number of billionaires and millionaires…but that’s only a few percentage of the countries population…..and when u see it from snapchat’s point of view…the number of users from India compared to all the snap users is negligible….and there i nothing wrong in saying that India is not a market for snapchat… least not a prime one.

take a look at indias poverty for a while.

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Plus snapchat is an app mostly used by celebs and people of age group between 15 to 30…..surely i think there are none of you having your mom-dad and uncle-aunt using snapchat, do they???


When said that the country is not a leading market for the application there are things you need to know about the economy and the perspective of the sentence been spoken ….

Our products often require intensive processing and generate high bandwidth consumption by our users. As a result, our users tend to come from developed countries with high-end mobile devices and high-speed cellular Internet. These markets also tend to have cheaper bandwidth costs, meaning that it is less expensive to serve our community in these countries.

Snapchat has launched many devices ofΒ  its own….costing upto 1000 $ that can be used merely for he snapchat accounts taking photos and videos and automatically transferring them to your cell phone… how many of ous Indians (who hack various software app for free) would want to (or be able to) buy these…..???

A huge part of snapchat revenue comes from these spectacles and other devices that the users buy….so India is obviously not in the list.

I think we need to react less.

(share your thoughts too…)πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡




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