Snapchat hack is saving pictures of your nasty junk
Someone has made an app which sneakily saves images and videos sent through messaging service Snapchat, called Snaphack. So, instead of your photos self destructing, any pictures you send of your junk, could now be saved by recipients.
However, the company's terms of service say that they don't allow the development of "any third-party applications that interact with user content or the services without our prior written consent" and the app is available through Apple's App Store.
Snaphack was made by UK-based developer Darren Jones, who told the BBC: "Snapchat has not been in touch and I imagine it's only a matter of time until they request that my app is removed. But my app just proves and informs people that these apps exist and people need to be careful."
Snapchat are invariably going to have to put things in place to stop this from happening, or indeed, just accept that people can save and screengrab images and that they're just like any other photo sharing application.
Either way, if you're going to sext someone, at least you now know that someone is probably saving the images for later use (like onanism or blackmail).