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Snapchat Is Coming Back, Rolls Back Redesign

Snap Inc. is finally listening to Kylie Jenner…and 90% of other millennials.

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After the dreadful downfall, when Snap Inc. shares fell to a record low of $11.22 on May 2, Snap has officially begun rolling back Snapchat’s controversial redesign, wildly unpopular with the millennial generation, including celebrities.

However, that is finally changing- with users seeing the update come in today!

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This update brings snaps and chats once again in chronological order and separates celebrity feeds/advertised videos away from your friend’s precious stories.

Snap has been wildly popular since the beginning, so seeing a drastic drop like that shows, the youth will have their say!

As of May 11, Snap Inc’s stock is still falling at a current rate of 10.90 USD.

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Erin Whitten is currently CMN's Senior Correspondent and is currently a student at Arizona State University majoring in Mass Communications and Media Studies.

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