Some users quickly took to Twitter to express their frustration over potentially losing “Snapstreaks”, which are numbered emojis shown in the app that signify how many consecutive days two users have messaged each other. By the date November 14,2017 all Snapchat apps with be removed from all devices and all app stores. “We’re looking into it!” the Snapchat Support account, which boasts 451,000 followers, wrote. Stay tuned for updates. When most people tried to use Snapchat, it comes up as a blank screen. When users try to send an image using the app, users will see a message saying “failed to send”. A spokesman for the Snap Inc unit did not immediately respond to a query about the size and cause of the outage. But then they weren’t able to log back into their account. Snapchat faced a worldwide outage for at least four hours yesterday, prompting a flood of complaints on rival mobile application Twitter a day before posting its third quarterly earnings as a public company.