ScreenPop lets you send picture messages straight to your friend’s lockscreen

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When our teammate Owen wrote about a new way to add Snapchat friends via QR codes, he woke up the next morning to some 200,000+ friend requests. While it’s unlikely that he’ll receive thousands of messages a day from his new buds, if you’ve amassed a sizeable friends list on any messaging apps, you know the feeling of not being able to get through them all in a timely manner. This causes the message to lose its ‘in the moment’ value overtime. Enters ScreenPop – a new Android app from the team behind lockscreen app Locket. With ScreenPop, users can send picture…

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