ProSnap discontinued


Today, all third party Snapchat apps were taken down, by Microsoft, from the Windows Store and from the Windows Phone Store. Not only ProSnap is down, but also other popular Snapchat alternatives like 6Snap.

Microsoft has taken down the apps because of the reasons stated in this blog post, on the official Snapchat blog. Don’t worry, ProSnap was not compromised, neither did we gather personal information. For more information or privacy-related questions, read our Privacy Policy.

Snapchat API changes – third-party apps

The last months Snapchat has been having a lot of security problems. There were Snapchat photos stolen and posted online, thanks to the use of some third-party apps. However I can assure that ProSnap has not been, and still isn’t, vulnerable to those attacks. We do not store any user information, apart from usage logs. We do not store images, videos, usernames and passwords. But thanks to those image leaks, Snapchat is penalizing users who use third-party Snapchat apps.

According to Windows Central Snapchat started to sent out email messages to users of third-party Snapchat apps, with the following message:

“We’ve noticed that you’re using a third-party application to access Snapchat, putting yourself (and possibly your friends) at risk. Please change your password and stop using third-party applications when you access Snapchat.”

The email directs users to for more information.

Since Snapchat doesn’t have an official app for Windows or Windows phone, Windows users are only able to access Snapchat to third-party apps.

We’re still investigating those issues and we’re looking at possible solutions for the future. It would be greatly appreciated if you would use the form below to notify us if you got such an email.


If you have any privacy questions, have a look at our Privacy Policy.

Source: Windows Central

ProSnap 2 is here



Finally the new ProSnap, ProSnap 2, is arrived. I’ve worked hard to get ProSnap 2 ready. Since you all know we were having a lot of trouble and problems with the first version of ProSnap. This should be over with ProSnap 2, I completely rewrote the entire code of ProSnap, now it works on a completely different system, which should do away with the problems we were experiencing. Now ProSnap doesn’t have to contact our server to be able to interact with the Snapchat services. In ProSnap 2 the app does all the processing itself and can send everything straight to the Snapchat services without detour.

I created this update because I wanted to give you a better Snapchat experience on your Windows device. I hope you appreciate it.

I would definitely appreciate if you would let me know what you think about the new update. You can send me an email at or you can contact me by going to the support page on this website.

Download link:

Thanks, also thanks for your patience

Daan Lenaerts



For those who paid for ProSnap

Of course you don’t have to pay again for ProSnap 2. I’ve integrated a system that makes it possible to disable ads if you bought ProSnap. You can find more information when you open up the first version of ProSnap (latest update). Don’t hesitate to contact me if you stumble upon a problem.

What’s going on with ProSnap…


Hello, probably you’ll have noticed it, lately we’re having a lot of problems with our ProSnap app. In this post I’m going to try to explain the problems and the future of ProSnap.

First of all

First of all I want to say sorry to all of you who are having issues with ProSnap, I really understand all of your frustrations. I’m doing my best to get everything working fine again. You can find more details below.

The problems

Probably you want to know why ProSnap isn’t working as well as it should.

The problem is that Snapchat, the service that powers ProSnap, doesn’t have a public API. Because of the lack of this API, we had to create our own API based on the official Snapchat app for Android and iOS. The problem with this is that whenever Snapchat changes something in their API it can cause problems at our side because we still have to make those changes to our API.

Also Snapchat blocks our servers quite a lot, almost every 6-8 minutes, because every time when a user sends a snap or gets a new snap it sends a request from our server to the Snapchat server. When Snapchat gets such an amount of requests from our server it will block our server from accessing the Snapchat servers.

We have developed our own server software that can handle those blocks and ‘repair’ the server very quickly so everything does work again. But sometimes this process fails, that’s when you notice problems with signing in. If that happens we try to bring the services back online as soon as possible.

The future of ProSnap (seems bright)

I hear you asking “can I still use ProSnap in the future?”.

I have one simple answer to this question: “yes, as long as possible”. Currently I’m developing a whole new way of accessing the Snapchat services. This will mostly solve the problems we’re having nowadays.


I will be supporting ProSnap and it’s users (you) as long as possible. To be able to do this I really want to thank everyone who has paid for ProSnap. I want you to know that I’ll do everything possible to keep ProSnap working.

If you have a question or want to tell me something, just go to our support page.

If you want to keep updated on this, fill in this form.

Thank you!