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Snapchat has taken over.

Snapchat has taken over.

If you are not the biggest fan of Snapchat or haven't heard of it before, Snapchat is basically an app that allows you to record short videos or take pictures so your friends and family can see what you are up to.

Although I frequently use Snapchat I really dislike it, and it can make a fun day out turn into a photoshoot every five seconds.

Robert Peck, an analyst at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, said in a report this week: "conversations are not only including a photo or video, but are being started by them. People's behaviour is changing so that photos are being used as speech instead of a repository for memories."

So Snapchat has become a new way to speak to friends and family, which is good but how many Snaps are sent on a daily basis according to Bloomberg. Snapchat gets more than a 100 million users per day, so if you do use snap chat a lot, times how many snaps you send a day by 100 million and you have a close estimate to how many snaps are sent. It is pretty ridiculous.