Snap's only been public for one trading quarter and what a disappointment that's turned out to be. Half a billion dollars lost and less than $200m in revenue. The share price has been tanking - now sitting around half of it's post IPO high of $27.
For Windows Phone users who remember Evan Spiegel and his efforts to ensure no Snapchat client came to Windows Phone - not even Rudy Huyn's excellent 6snap - there's some black pleasure in seeing the company run into some rough water.
Windows phones may be dead and buried, but the distaste for Snap's snub will linger on.