Snapchat is a fun-loving social networking app. Sharing cool images or videos is an absolute delight via this app. Whenever I feel like indulging into some playful conversations with my friends, Snapchat is always in my mind.

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It’s quite simple to save or screenshot Snapchat snaps on Android. I love to save some of the interesting snaps to check them later on my smartphone. Here is how it works.

How to Save and Screenshot Snapchat Snaps on Android

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  • Whenever you try to take a screenshot of a video or photo which has been sent to you, the person on the other end will be informed that you saved their snap via a notification and a screenshot icon.
  • As a result, it becomes extremely difficult to save other’s snaps.
  • A lot of people use screen recorders or a separate phone in order to quickly take a photo of other people’s Snapchat’s.

How to Save your Snapchats on Android Phone

Step #1. Launch Snapchat on your smartphone.

Launch Snapchat on your Android Phone

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Step #2. Now, you need to take either a new Snap or open the existing one.

Step #3. Next up, you have to tap the download button (looks like an open box with downward-facing arrow ) from the bottom left of your screen.

tap the download button

Step #4. You will see a prompt at the bottom of the screen confirming that your video or picture has been saved to your phone’s gallery.

How to Save other People’s Snapchats on Android

Step #1. Open Snapchat on your Android device.

Step #2. Next up, you need to swipe right to your chat page.

Step #3. Now, tap on the snap to open it.

Step #4. Up next, you need to take a screenshot of the image or video.

On most Android devices, a screenshot is taken by pressing the power and volume buttons at once.

That’s it!

Want to make the most of the Snapchat? Check out these 10 best tips and tricks to get the best out of it.

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