Before we enable for public use, Snap reviews all apps that integrate with Snap Kit. Add an app in the Snap Kit developer portal. When your development is complete, click Submit for Review.
We review Snap Kit integrations to make sure they align with Snap’s values before we enable them for public use. At Snap, we are kind, smart, and creative, and we expect the same from our developers.
Keep in mind that you can continue to test your app in a development environment without approval, but that you must receive approval from Snap in order to release your app to users in a production environment.
When you submit your app for review, please provide as much information as possible. Screenshots and visual aids will help get your app through the review process quickly. (If your app is not yet launched, please describe your app and how you plan to use Snap Kit in as much detail as possible.)
NOTE: Apps are periodically re-reviewed. If you misrepresent your intended use of Snap Kit, or the way you use it changes significantly after our initial review, we may need to revoke API access.
Questions about these guidelines and the app approval process can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
That being said, here’s a higher level overview of some of the things we consider strongly during app review.
User safety is a priority for us. We carefully screen apps to ensure that they comply with our Community Guidelines.
Some examples of unacceptable content include:
For a full description of allowed content, please see the full list of Community Guidelines.
Bitmoji enables our users to express themselves with their personal Bitmoji avatar, communicating rich emotions visually and with a single tap.
Apps that use Bitmoji Kit must:
Apps that use Bitmoji Kit cannot:
Privacy and Data Guidelines
All apps must conform with local laws and regulations in the jurisdiction where they available.
When discussing or promoting your integrated app, do not suggest any endorsement, partnership, or affiliation with Snap Inc.
All uses of Snap-owned brands must comply with the Snapchat Brand Guidelines. App developers that do not respect Snap’s intellectual property will lose access to Snap Kit.
Apps that are inactive for over 90 days will be disconnected. If this happens to your app, your users will need to re-authenticate the next time they login.