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If you were wondering if Facebook is finally growing weary with trying to copy Snapchat, the answer, it seems, is: not even close.

The social network launched a new app in Brazil on Tuesday that looks like yet another near-perfect Snapchat clone. 

Called Flash, the app allows Brazilian users to send disappearing messages — complete with filters masks emoji and doodles — to friends or add them to their in-app stories. 

Facebook has previously tested some Snapchat-like camera features in its main app during the Olympics in Brazil. Apparently those tests were successful as Facebook is now launching a similar experience in Flash.  Read more…

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