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Hily Is The First Dating App To Adopt Snapchat Stories

Hily Is The First Dating App To Adopt Snapchat Stories
Snapchatters will be able to post their stories directly to Hily.

Hily announces cooperation with Snapchat that allows users to share their snaps in Hily profiles. Hily is the first dating app to adopt this new Snapchat feature called App Stories. 

“We were excited to launch the feature since the majority of Hily’s singles are avid Snapchat users. With the variety of filters and masks, App Stories will be a great addition to Hily stories which are one the most frequently used features on the app”, says Hily team. 

To post their Snapchat stories to Hily, the users will have to connect the two apps. Everyone on Hily will see a pop-up banner with a set of clear instructions on how to use the new feature. The users will be able to repost Snapchat stories directly or share snaps without publishing them to Snapchat first. 

As the dating app already has a Stories section, these snaps will appear there along with Hily stories.  

Next week, App Stories will be available to all the Hily users who use IOS. Android version is coming later this year. 

About Hily 

Hily (an acronym for “Hey, I like you”) is a Las Vegas-based dating app with more than 15 M users around the globe.

Hily’s main focus is improving communication between singles. The app offers a variety of tools that help its users start engaging conversations.

Hily is a regular name on Sensor Tower’s worldwide chart for the highest-grossing dating apps. Last year, the app launched in more than 20 new markets.

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