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SnapChat Adds Context Cards; Ride Hailing, Restaurant Reservations, And Reviews

Snapchat takes a play from Google’s playbook and add Context Cards. So let’s get this straight: Facebook copies SNAP, SNAP copies Google. Google must be the real King, no? Here’s the latest details for $SNAP:

The feature is called context cards, and it allows Snapchat to surface information related to a particular restaurant or business when someone views a publicly-viewable Snap related to that place.

Now, when you view a Snap that’s part of an “Our Story,” Snaps that have contextual information available will have a “more” menu. Swipe up on these Snaps and you’ll see a feed of details related to that location, including business hours, contact information, ratings and reviews, and links to table-booking and ride hailing services.

See it in action HERE.

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$SNAP continues to struggle with $15. However, things can get pretty bullish in a hurry should we top $15. Here is a look at the price action since the iPO:

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7 comments

  1. thegametheorist

    People are leaving Snapchat. I have noticed among my friends mid 20s-30s that we don’t really use it much anymore. Instagram is more popular. I own shares but I think it’s losing steam. I personally deleted the app about 4 months ago and have enjoyed life without Snapchat. Who cares what other people are doing? 😐

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  2. Marc David

    I uninstalled that POS Spyware long ago. It was entertaining I guess. Then I realized WTF am I doing. I don’t need this app. Deleted it. Never looked back.

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  3. coffeeman

    Tweens/Teens and brain dead millenials use Instagram.

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  4. Rc

    SNAP haters

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  5. RaginCajun

    Here comes $15 for $SNAP

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  6. og

    Everyone should have bought yesterday. Isn’t over half the float short?

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