SnapApp Accessible to the Basic User
April 26, 2018

SnapApp Accessible to the Basic User

Sydney Dusselier | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with SnapApp

SnapApp is being used by our organization to create interactive content, primarily quizzes. It addresses our need for relevant & refreshed assets, without requiring a lot of technical know-how. It is only used by our Marketing department to align with current & future campaigns.
  • SnapApp's platform is relatively user-friendly with customization options that are tailored to each 'type' of content. It's difficult to break or alter something that will negatively affect your asset.
  • There are infinite possibilities for branding including options to upload your own buttons, logos, graphics and choose your own colors to align with unique brand standards.
  • It's fairly easy for new users (with a minimum level of technical knowledge) to pick up the skills needed to create a basic SnapApp.
  • It can be frustrating at times to have to custom code basic text edits such as italics, text colour, bold and underline. Text formatting should be part of the basic editor available to all users.
  • It can be difficult to locate tutorials or guides on how to create well-functioning and attractive SnapApps. That being said, their support team has always been responsive & helpful but sometimes it's nice to not have to reach out to their offices for an answer.
  • It would be great to have more shapes & graphics available within SnapApp. Canva (another online tool for graphic design) does a good job of making a wide range of graphics available (both paid & free) - this would be valuable for SnapApp users as well.
  • It would be beneficial to be able to set a brand standard on specific SnapApp's (i.e. font, colours, button style) to ensure there aren't any discrepancies from slide to slide.
  • A double-click text editor would be an improvement on the current click-to-edit feature.
  • It has allowed us to create numerous evergreen assets that can be leveraged for future campaigns.
  • Interactivity has allowed us to present our existing content in a new & exciting way.
Although not a direct comparison (Canva is an online graphic design application), it has many of the editing features that I think would greatly benefit SnapApp's usability. However, as far as I'm aware, SnapApp is one of the only online platforms designed to create interactive content and is accessible for a basic user.
SnapApp is great for creating interactive content on a timeline & budget. Without access to graphic designers and/or coding knowledge, one's ability to leverage the full capabilities of the service is limited. I have seen some fantastic custom SnapApp's that clearly required a lot of prior knowledge.

SnapApp (discontinued) Feature Ratings

Content hub
Forms / Gated content
Embedded CTAs
Content distribution
Content performance analytics
Not Rated