By now, you may be familiar with Snapchat, a social app that lets users upload photos, videos, and other content to the app.
Today, Snapchat has a huge following and an audience of millions of users who have access to its platform.
While it’s a popular app, it’s also a competitor, and so are a few of the other Snapchat competitors.
As we’ve previously written, Instagram was founded in 2011 as a service that let users upload their photos, but in 2017 it launched Snapchat as a standalone service.
Instagram’s founders saw this opportunity to compete with Snapchat and saw it as a way to build a business, but the two companies have had a rocky relationship ever since.
As the competition grew, so too did the tension between the two sides.
When Instagram launched Snapchat in 2016, it had a big opportunity to take Snapchat’s business.
It could use Snapchat’s massive following to drive traffic to its site, grow its revenue, and help it expand its services.
But Snapchat’s success came at a cost.
Snapchat was built with a user base that was mostly white, male, and affluent.
For its part, Instagram has a very diverse user base, with over 50 percent of its users being black, Latino, and Native American.
This has meant Instagram has to invest heavily in building a powerful brand and building a culture that is inclusive to the many communities it serves.
The brand of Instagram has also made it easier for advertisers to target Instagram users in the past.
For example, in 2016 Instagram launched the Snapchat Story, a feature that allowed brands to target users based on their interests.
Snapchat’s Stories are an example of a new way for brands to market to Instagram users.
Snapchat Stories are a great way for advertisers and brands to engage with their users in ways that are more relevant to the user.
But Instagram has been unable to maintain this level of success without Snapchat, which has struggled to build its business on the back of its service.
And in 2017, Instagram’s competitors became more aggressive in their efforts to build their own versions of Snapchat.
As a result, Instagram started seeing competition from other companies that wanted to compete directly with Snapchat.
And it’s not only competitors that have begun to target Snapchat users.
Google, for example, launched a competing search engine, Google Search, in 2017.
Google Search aims to give users a more personalized search experience.
Users can now search for the phrases that most closely match their interests and interests in general.
Google’s competitor, Bing, also started targeting Snapchat users with its own search engine.
In 2017, Google launched a new version of its search engine called Bing Maps.
Google Maps is essentially a map that allows users to zoom into a specific location and see a map of the surrounding area.
Google uses the Bing Search engine to target people who use its services, like its advertising network.
But the competition has been intense, and Instagram has found itself in a precarious position.
Instagram had to focus on building its brand and build its user base first before it could compete.
As Instagram has struggled, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom has been reluctant to let Snapchat take the fight to the competition.
For years, Instagram executives believed that Snapchat was a great business opportunity for Instagram because it had the most loyal users.
The company believed that if it could take Snapchat, it could eventually grow its user bases by building up its user experience.
But in 2017 and 2018, Instagram realized that its users weren’t loyal enough to keep the service going.
And as the competition increased, Instagram found itself facing more competition from Snapchat.
The competition that Instagram faced was intense, but it also was a growing threat.
Today Snapchat has nearly 500 million monthly active users.
While Snapchat has its own competitors, Snapchat’s biggest competitor is Facebook, the social media giant that is now Instagram’s biggest user base.
Facebook has also invested heavily in developing its own social media platform, Messenger.
Snapchat has been able to gain a huge amount of traction in the app market, and now Facebook is building a competing social media app called WhatsApp.
WhatsApp is a social messaging app that’s similar to Facebook Messenger, but with an extra layer of security that’s more advanced.
WhatsApp’s user base is estimated at 50 million.
Its main competitor is Snapchat, and Facebook and WhatsApp are battling for the eyes and ears of millions more users.
If the competition between Snapchat and Facebook grows as Instagram is starting to see, Snapchat will likely be forced to rethink its strategy.
If Instagram can’t maintain its market share, and Snapchat has to fight for its survival against competitors like WhatsApp, it will become less of a force in the social networking world.
As of January 2018, Snapchat had more than 2 billion users, more than Facebook, and more than Twitter combined.
But as Instagram’s user growth slows, and competitors grow more aggressive, the pressure will be on Snapchat to try to make up the lost ground.