While this may seem at odds with disappearing messages, integrating a stream that includes shared clips could help avoid the secrecy of Snapchat.
Once you've accumulated three friends (Clipchat syncs with your contacts and searches Facebook for others who use the app), you can activate your Clipchat Feed.
Snapchat alerts the sender when someone takes a screenshot, but by then it's too late to do much about it. And while kids often seem oblivious to privacy concerns, parents have had good reason to worry. At first glance, Clipchat appears to be just another Snapchat clone, but a closer look reveals it has more to offer in the way of privacy.Snapchat took the teen world by storm with its messaging service that lets users take a photo or a brief video and send it to their friends, knowing the snap would disappear in 10 seconds or less.
But screenshots were child's play to take, which meant a message could be saved to a quick-fingered recipient's phone and then passed around.In Snapchat, you'll have to go to your contact list, open a gear icon and decide to delete or block from the dropdown — no reporting mechanism is available.