Yearly Subscription TermsYearly Subscription Terms
Just to avoid any confusion.
SNAP API is a yearly subscription service. Social Networks change their API/Interfaces quite often. Yearly subscription means that you will get all necessary updates reflecting API/Interface changes within a year. If you choose not to renew your subscription APIs will stop working one by one after the next change done by each network.
As per our Refund Policy all payments are non-refundable. If you do not wish to renew your subscription for another year, please cancel it from your Paypal account or “MyPage” (How can I cancel my subscription?) BEFORE the next scheduled automatic payment. We won’t be able to process refund after the payment already happened.
We do not require you to keep subscription active to get updates. You can cancel it any time (even next minute) after you place an order and you still be receiving all updates for a year.
Our system will automatically send you 3 emails with the reminder of upcoming payment and instructions how to cancel subscription – 30 days before renewal, 7 days before renewal, and 1 day before renewal. If you don’t take any action you BEFORE the renewal date, you agreeing to make a renewal payment. We won’t be able to process refund after the payment already happened.
By placing an order you confirm that you agree with this terms.
SNAP Pro for Wordpress
Pro version upgrade adds the ability to configure more than one account for each social network and some additional features.
Corrupted cache issue with SNAP Pro.
What happened? SNAP Pro is checking for API update every 6 hours. Today (May 22, 2019) around 6:30PM EST Google Cloud messed our update server for about 7 minutes. A bunch of "lucky" sites that were checking for update during those 7 minutes got their plugin cache...
Support for “Google My Business” is coming soon…
Support for "Google My Business" is coming this fall. Google recently made some kind of blog-a-like functionality available for local business listings. As a local business owner you can add posts, events, offers as well as products to your business listing. Although...
Facebook app review
We are getting a lot of questions about upcoming deadline for Facebook app review. People are asking what should we do. The honest answer would be: "No one has any idea". We submitted several apps for Facebook review using different ways of describing and explaining...
What happened with Facebook
What happened with Facebook? Facebook made changes to it's API access policy on May 1st, 2018. As the result we introduced our own Premium API for Facebook. We feel that we need to explain how exactly those changes affected SNAP. Since the beginning Facebook native...
Instagram made some very big changes to authentication process. About 70% of our users are affected by them. Before the changes the process was quite simple: Sometimes Instagram decided that login from SNAP is "unusual" and asked for confirmation. You just had to open...