If you have the Snapchat app open on your iPhone, are looking at a snap or a story, and you take a screenshot by pushing the Home button and the Power …
Whether you use Android or iOS, the possibilities of recording a Snapchat story without the other person knowing is roughly 50 percent. Since there are tons of apps available and new ones popping up left and right, it can be hard to tell if Snapchat detects them and sends notifications to the other party.
Even if the Android world became a lot more like the neat and tidy managed community that Apple tyrannizes, it wouldn’t be possible for Snapchat to protect its users from screenshots and screen recordings, because there are methods for doing screen capture that completely bypasses the software of the device in question.
On iPhones, there are techniques for using QuickTime on a desktop computer to capture the video display from a connected iPhone. On Windows machines, you can set up an Android emulator like BlueStacks or Nox and install Snapchat on the emulator, then use built-in Windows …