How To Spoof Snapchat Views And Screenshot Count On Your Device

I think that sometimes, we are just destined to never fully understand something, and that’s just fine. Take the jailbreak tweak going by the name of SnapSpoofer as a prime example of that. If you’re a Snapchat user and want to juice your screenshot and view counts, then it will make a lot of sense. If not, then it probably won’t. I know it doesn’t for me.

Backing up a little for a moment, this jailbreak tweak can be downloaded from the Cydia store and costs not a penny. If you do decide that downloading the tweak is something you want to do, then you can snag it right now from the BigBoss repository.

Once installed, you will find that you can spoof not just the view count on your Snapchat stories, but the number of screenshots as well. Both of these metrics show how popular a story is, and they can both be fiddled with at will. What a time to be alive.

It’s not all rainbows and sunshine though, because, as you might expect, this tweak cannot actually talk to or modify data on Snapchat’s servers, meaning the two aforementioned measures are only edited on your device rather than on Snapchat itself. The result, obviously enough, is that anyone looking at your stories on their own device will see the real numbers.

That might be a bummer for you, but being able to fool people using your own device to view your Snapchat stories is still pretty cool, isn’t it?

You can use this tweak to show off your high story views to your friends. You are able to completely customize your views and screenshot count.

For example, if you have 30 views on your story, you can multiply that by 5, and the final view will be 150 (30 x 5). You can dynamically change the number of views and screenshots you get for each story.

As mentioned earlier, SnapSpoofer can be downloaded for free from BigBoss repository on Cydia.

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