So far Snapchat’s Stories feature is pretty much limited to the mobile app, but it seems that the company could be thinking about bringing that feature to the web. In a report from Cheddar (via 9to5Mac), word has it that Snapchat has plans to bring its Stories to the web in a feature called “Stories Everywhere”.

According to the report, it seems that this idea was inspired by Twitter in which in 2011, Twitter allowed content publishers to embed tweets in posts and blog articles. The idea is that by allowing Snapchat Stories to be posted and shared on the web and not just on mobile, they are hoping that more users will be inclined to use the feature.


It is an interesting move, especially when you consider that despite being the first to launch the Stories feature, Instagram’s take on Stories seems to have caught up rather quickly where last we heard, they had more daily users for its Stories compared to Snapchat, boasting as many as 250 million users.

However it could be a while before the feature is launched because according to the report, Stories Everywhere is still in the early stages of development as Snap is apparently still trying to figure out how to best distribute its content.

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