Snap‘s user growth is looking up, according to Deutsche Bank.
“Snap’s user growth looks robust in May,” Deutsche Bank analyst Lloyd Walmsley wrote in a note out to clients Tuesday evening. “We slightly increase our second-quarter Snap daily active user and revenue estimates.”
Walmsley’s said Snap’s rollback of the unpopular redesign is a key driver of the user growth.
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