Snapchat is where I personally drew the line on "I'm too old for this shit" and decided not to bother, but I still get the appeal of the ephemeral shares and I applaud the company for capturing such a dedicated userbase in a relatively short amount of time, despite the large competition in the social network space. But let's put my own thoughts about Snapchat aside and talk about the latest update to the app.
Rolling to Android and iOS is a new Memories feature that lets you easily access a history of your previous snaps and stories. It's accessible from a swipe up on the camera screen and can be searched with keywords to narrow down the results to the item you're looking for.
You can use these memories to create new snaps or stories, and the app will wrap it in a frame to indicate it's from the past. Snaps can also be moved into a private "for my eyes only" section so that you can still freely browse your memories without revealing shots that you don't want others to see.
The Android app has been updated to support Memories, but the feature isn't live for everyone just yet. Snapchat says that it will notify you via a Team Snapchat chat when the feature is ready for your account.