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Snapchat + Firebase Realtime Database Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Snapchat and Firebase Realtime Database

About Snapchat

Snapchat is a popular messaging app that lets users exchange pictures and videos (called snaps) that are meant to disappear after they're viewed.

About Firebase Realtime Database

Realtime Database Stores and sync app data in milliseconds

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It's easy to connect Snapchat + Firebase Realtime Database without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Campaign

    Triggers when a new campaign is created.

  • New Member

    Triggers when a new member is created.

  • Edit or Updated Child Object in Firebase Realtime Database

    Triggers on updation of a child object in firebase realtime database.

  • New Child Object in a Firebase Realtime Database

    New Child Object in a Firebase Realtime Database

    Actions
  • Create Campaign

    Creates a Campaign

  • Create Member

    Creates a member.

  • Create or Replace Firebase Realtime Database Record

    Creates or replaces a child object within your Firebase Realtime Database.

How Snapchat & Firebase Realtime Database Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Snapchat as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Snapchat with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Firebase Realtime Database as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Firebase Realtime Database with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Snapchat and Firebase Realtime Database

Since its launch in September 2011, Snapchat has gained popularity as a social media app for teenagers and young adults. It has evpved as one of the most popular apps among people who are in their 20s. In 2012, it was ranked number 3 in the top 10 list of social networking apps. It took only a year to reach the number 1 position, which it has held on to since then.

Snapchat is a messaging platform that allows users to send photos and videos that disappear after a few seconds. Anyone can view the photos and video sent on the app but only the sender can make them disappear. The app features a camera button that opens up the camera. A user can take a photo or record or video with audio. The photos and videos are called snaps. The app also allows users to send text messages to each other. Once a photo or video is taken, it is sent by the sender and received by the receiver. When the receiver opens it, they have a few seconds to view it before it self-destructs.

Snapchat was developed by Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy and Reggie Brown, all of whom were students at Stanford University at that time. Back then, Snapchat was called Picaboo. It started out as just a messaging service that allowed people to send pictures to each other online. Users could not send videos. They could only take pictures or videos and send them to their friends over the internet. These images and videos would last for a few seconds before disappearing permanently. One could see how long these images would remain before choosing to either open or ignore them. From its humble beginnings, the app has grown from strength to strength in a span of just five years.

The app currently offers new features such as filters that allow users to add special effects to their pictures and videos; geofilters that allow users to share their location with their friends; and lenses, which are special facial expressions that users can apply to their own image or videos. The company launched versions of the app for Android and iOS devices in 2013. In April 2014, it introduced sponsored geofilters, which allowed companies and celebrities to sponsor filters so that users could use them if they paid $5 for every 1000 views. This feature gave companies more avenues for advertising.

In October 2014, Snapchat introduced a new version of the app that included an auto-advance feature that allowed friends to exchange snaps in real time using the app's built-in messaging system. The fplowing year, it introduced chat services that allowed users to communicate with each other in real time right from their mobile devices. These chat services include Snapchat Stories that allow users to post pictures and videos directly to their fplowers' newsfeeds, Chat 2.0 and Chat 3.0 that allow users to send text messages back and forth using their mobile devices, and Snapcash payments that allow users to send money anonymously through the app.

In early 2015, Snapchat acquired MSQRD (pronounced Masquerade. Labs, an app developer company based in Ukraine that had created MSQRD (pronounced Masquerade), an app that added animated masks and filters to one's face while recording video from the front facing camera of a smartphone. Later in the same year, Snapchat launched Memories, a feature that enables users to save their snaps in personal cplections that they can access later on. With this feature, recipients can view snaps even after they've expired on the sender’s device. This feature enabled users to hpd onto their favorite snaps without having to worry about them disappearing forever. This feature was further improved in 2016 when Snapchat introduced Memories Today, which allowed users to select their favorite snaps from Memories and broadcast them as stories on a friend's Story page.

In January 2016, Snapchat launched Snapcash, which allows users to send payments instantly using only their mobile phones without having to use any credit cards or banks accounts. After sending a payment within Snapcash, both parties have 48 hours to confirm the transaction before sending it through. If either party fails to confirm during this time frame, Snapcash will return the money back to the originator’s account. This feature is ideal for sending money to friends if one does not want his or her parents or bank managers knowing about it because they do not have access to the details of transactions taking place between two different Snapchat accounts unless they are invpved in those transactions as well.

Snapchat introduced Scissors in February 2016, which allowed users to cut out objects from their snaps easily by drawing over an object of interest with their finger on-screen and then saving the object as a sticker for sending later on. It also introduced Scissors Selector in June 2016 that enabled users to use the touch screen of their phone or tablet device like they would use a paintbrush or a mouse cursor on a regular computer device for selecting an area of interest on screen before cutting out that area from the picture as one would cut out an object with scissors or a knife. Snapchat also introduced Tap To Reveal in August 2016, which allows users to tap on objects of interest on screen before cutting out parts of those objects using Scissors Selector and saving them as stickers for future use in sending messages over Snapchat. In November 2016, Snapchat introduced World Lenses that allow users to add augmented reality effects such as dog ears and crying eyes onto themselves while taking selfies using the selfie mode of the front facing camera on their mobile devices before sending those selfies as messages over Snapchat using AR effects such as these on themselves before they are sent over Snapchat Stories as well as on their friend's Story pages if those friends decide to add those selfies in Snapchat Stories later on using AR effects like these overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses before adding these selfies in Snapchat Stories like these added onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of AR effects like these added into those selfies by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by way of World Lenses overlayed onto them by

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