From camera-mounted sunglasses that failed to be welcomed in any social setting, to Bitmoji's creepy cartoon depictions of reality, it seems like Snapchat's parent company - Snap has tried it all to stay relevant. Especially, when Zuckerberg's army of clones - boasting an impressive 1 billion daily story users vs Snap's 186 million, threatens the story-based core social media model of the app,. Well, it seems Snap has yet to be snapped. At its recent partner summit, the social media company announced its launching StoryKit - a plan to allow apps like Tinder the ability to embed Snapchat stories into their app. The incentive being enhanced engagement and security for the partnering app, whilst Snap additionally benefit from the data they gather from users using their native camera. Quite the colonization strategy you might say. Then again, with the day-to-day data privacy-exploitation headlines streaming from Facebook HQ, it's a no-brainer that advertisers, content creators, and businesses alike are looking to alternatives such as Snap to save them from being victims in the Facebook apocalypse.