After reading my guide on how to use Snapchat, driven by curiosity, you decided to try this particular “photo messaging” system. But now you have realized that it is not an application for you, you would like to delete your account and you do not know how to do it.
No problem. Just like last time I gave you a he to take your first steps in the world of Snapchat, today I'm here to help you leave it. It is a very simple procedure, all you have to do is connect to the website of the service (from a computer or mobile device), enter the login credentials of your account, confirm your password and press a button.
But be careful, what you are about to start is an irreversible process: after deleting the account you will only be able to retrace your steps within 30 days, after which all your personal information, your chats and application preferences will be lost forever ( as well as photos and videos, which are notoriously "disposable"). All clear? Well, then not to get lost in chatter and to see immediately how to delete Snapchat account, it will take you a maximum of 30 seconds to get the job done.
How to unsubscribe from Snapchat via smartphone
If you want to unsubscribe from Snapchat using your smartphone directly, start the app, swipe from top to bottom and press the icon of thegear located at the top right.
In the screen that opens, select the item Help to open Snapchat Help Center, type terminate "remove" in the search bar and select the item Delete an account give the menu to compare.
Finally, type your password in the appropriate text field, press the button Continue and your Snapchat account will be deactivated. If you do not reactivate it by logging in again within 30 days, all your chats, data and snaps will be deleted forever from the service.
At this point you can also delete the Snapchat application from your mobile. I think you already know the procedure to follow: up Android just access the screen with the icons of all the applications installed on the smartphone (the so-called drawer), hold down your finger on the Snapchat icon and drag it to the item Uninstall which appears at the top left. Up iPhoneInstead, just hold your finger on the Snapchat icon and press on "X" which appears at the top left after a couple of seconds.
How to unsubscribe from Snapchat on PC
The procedure to unsubscribe from Snapchat from the PC is really very intuitive. All you have to do is connect to this web page and log into your account by typing in username (i.e. the email address you used when registering for the service) and Password in the appropriate text fields, placing the check mark next to the item I am not a robot and clicking on your button Log in.
In the screen that opens, type yours again Password in the appropriate text field, press the button Continue e the account will be deleted instantly.
In case you are unable to access the page for delete Snapchat account using the link I gave you before, linked to the official support page of the application and type the term remove in the search bar at the top.
Successively select the voice Delete an account from the field with suggestions that automatically appears at the bottom and you will be redirected to the account removal page. The rest of the procedure is the same as seen previously: you have to log into your account, confirm the password and press the button Continue.
To verify that your account has been deleted, open Snapchat on your mobile. If everything went well, you will notice that an automatic logout has been made from your personal profile.
How to reactivate an account on Snapchat
In case of second thoughts, as mentioned above, you can reactivate your Snapchat account by simply opening the application on your smartphone and logging in. When Snapchat asks if you want to restore the account, reply Yes and wait a few minutes. Then try to log in again and you should be able to log into your personal profile.
It is not yet possible to reactivate deactivated Snapchat accounts from a computer. If you try to log in using the credentials of a deactivated profile you are told that it is "unable to find the user".
You have deactivated your Snapchat account for more than 30 days? I'm sorry, but in this case you can't go back and you can't recover your data, but no one is preventing you from registering for the service again. If you want to go back to Snapchat, download the app again on your smartphone (it is agolable for Android and iPhone), start it and press the button Subscribe present on its home screen.
Then fill out the form that is proposed to you by entering name and surname in the appropriate text fields and "tap" on the button Subscribe. On the next screen, enter yours date of birth, presses the button Continue, set the username you want to use on Snapchat and presses on again Continue to choose the password with which to access the service.
Finally, type yours cellphone number and choose whether to verify your identity via SMS or call. Then type the verification code you receive via SMS or call and presses on NEXT and Continue to start using Snapchat again.
As can be easily understood, by registering again to the service you will not be able to get back your old preferences, your messages, etc. but you will be back in Snapchat with your account and can get back in touch with your friends.