If you’ve ever wondered why the pictures and videos you share with Snapchat on your Android device seem to look grainy with low resolution, you’re not alone. We all know it, and we’ve come to accept it as a plain fact: Snapchat image quality sucks on Android.

The reason behind this is that Snapchat doesn’t actually take photos on an Android device—instead, it basically grabs a screenshot of your camera’s live video feed. This is not a limitation of Android, and it’s not a matter of the iPhone having better hardware. It’s because Snapchat’s development team takes the easy way out instead of… more


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