Snapchat sucks worse than this place. What's up with you?
13 is too old?
Yes, the minimum age is 13, in compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
(COPPA). But, when you download it, Snapchat asks for your date of birth, and—if your birth year
tells it you’re under 13—you’re redirected to the kid version, called “SnapKidz.” SnapKidz users can’t
add friends or share anything, and the app doesn’t send any information to the company. Instead,
kids’ photos and videos are saved just to their devices’ “camera roll.” If you’re a kid, that means you
can only play with the photos, etc. in SnapKidz on your own device—not share them. So you’ll be
looking for work-arounds such as sharing them with a different media-sharing tool on your phone,
such as texting, email, Facebook, etc. —or you can just delete Snapkidz and start over with a
fictitious birth date.