Snapchat gets very addictive when you get used to it. The filters and the whole concept of Snapchat is really good. Snapchat is the first app that comes with the Idea Story where photo or video remains for 24 Hours only. But now, every social media platform are coming up with their version of Stories. The popular apps like Instagram, Whatsapp, Facebook have the option of stories so Snapchat is not a big deal now. Maybe you don’t know, Snapchat eats a lot of RAM of your smartphone. Moreover, if you are from India, maybe this is a much-needed article for you. But Why?
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Anyways, if you have any reason whether to start fresh or just to cut off your Social Networks or anything, you may need to delete the Snapchat account. Uninstalling is not the way to start fresh.
How to Delete Snapchat Account?
Well, like other apps, Snapchat doesn’t provide you any option to delete the account from the app itself.
- To delete the Snapchat Account. Go to Snapchat Website. As there is no option to delete the account from Snapchat App.
- After that, enter the username and password of your Snapchat account.
- After that, you would see a message from Snapchat and a continue option. Before that, enter the password for the final time and hit continue.
- Your account has been deactivated now for 30 Days. You can login within 30 Days to reactivate your account but after 30 Days, your Snapchat account would be deleted permanently.
You can also delete your Snapchat Account by Going to Snapchat Website > Support > My Account & Settings > Account Information > Delete My Account. You would be redirected to a page (same as above link). Fill up the credentials and deactivate your Snapchat Account.
Deactivate Snapchat Account
So, this is how you can delete your Snapchat Account. In case, you changed your mind, you can reactivate your Snapchat Account within 30 Days of Deactivating it. After 30 Days, it would be too late and your Snaphat Account would be deleted permanently. Share it with those who are in need.