Snapchat Ghost Meaning – What Do the Different White Snapchat Ghosts Mean?

Snapchat has taken the world by storm, a new and improved way of sending instant picture messaging and ephemeral messaging application which is highly popular among young people. Snapchat has been growing rapidly, primarily due to its unique features, it has reportedly had 310 million monthly active users making it one of the most popular social media platforms in the word. There is one feature that makes Snapchat different from other messaging and photo sharing apps is that the messages or snaps disappear from the recipient’s phone after a few seconds or within the time frame set by the sender. Other features which makes Snapchat different from its competitors are its Geofilters, Trophies and selfie filters which adds extra fun for its users. The recent Snapchat update (January 2016) was the addition of the White Snapchat Ghosts beside friends on the friends list. This has continue to be a topic of discussion for many Snapchat users and we created this post to specifically highlight these Snapchat White Ghosts and their meanings.</ br>

Snapchat Ghost Meaning

Like most other messaging apps, Snapchat provides users different ways to add their friends on Snapchat and start snapping. You can add friends by Phone’s Address Book, Username, Add Nearby, Profile Link and by scanning Snapcode.

Frequent Snapchat updates brings a number of changes or features including the recently added Snapchat Ghosts displaying beside your friends, on the Added Me screen and Add Friends from an address book in the phone. There could be a bunch of different Snapchat Ghost faces next to a username in your friends list. So far, we have  identified 14 different Snapchat Ghost faces, these are all the ghosts that show up when someone adds you.

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Unlike Snapchat Emojis, these Snapchat white ghosts will frequently change and they are just random. At this moment, we cannot manually select or change the type of white ghosts to show up when your friends see it on their list.

These are automatically generated and in most cases when someone you do not know adds you on Snapchat you will either see a Snapchat Selfie Ghost or a White Ghost with a funny face. Now check out what Selfie Ghosts or White Ghosts are displaying beside your friends name.

How to See Snapchat Ghosts?

To see the Snapchat Ghosts, follow the below steps;
1. Open Snapchat as you normally do.
2. Click on the “Ghost” icon at the top of the camera or screen.
3. Tap on “Added Me.”
4. You will now see different Snapchat Ghosts beside your friends.

 

How to See Snapchat Ghosts

Snapchat seems to always try to gamify its app by adding certain features like Snapchat Scores, Emojis, Trophies and now Ghosts without providing a complete explanation about these.

New Snapchat updates and features always brings some confusion among the Snapchatters, and turns them to flock to social networking sites and forums looking for explanation. In this post, we will try to list all the Snapchat Ghosts or Snapchat White Ghost and their meanings (Possible).

To be honest, we really don’t know yet, because Snapchat hasn’t released any official statements regarding these White Snapchat Ghosts. As mentioned earlier these Ghosts are all random.

According to some, these Snapchat Ghosts tells how the person snaps you or how you added them. We have done some extensive research and these are the different Snapchat White Ghosts and their POSSIBLE meanings we could gathered for Snapchatters.

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What Do the Different Snapchat Ghosts Mean?

Below is the list of Snapchat White Ghosts and their meanings:

Snapchat smiling Face With Heart-Shaped Eyes1. Smiling Face With Heart-Shaped Eyes: This is an expression of love, the person who snaps you might have love you or like you. He/she could be your BFF or BF or GF. Or it could also mean that, the person always love to receive or reply to your Snaps.

 

 

snapchat ghost with victory sign2. Ghost with V-Sign and a Star: Yeah! Your friend sees you as an optimistic person.

 

 

Snapchat Ghost with Blue Bubblegum3. Ghost with Blue Bubblegum: It probably mean that he/she feel a little bit bore with you. You might have sent lots of snaps.

 

 

snapchat balck ghost4. Snapchat Black Ghost: Snapchat Black Ghost could mean a Selfie Ghost or he/she covered the camera with something or it could also mean they aren’t using Snapchat anymore, deleted his/her Snapchat account.

 

 

snapchat ghost rock on5. Snapchat Ghost Rock On: Please note that this Ghost is not giving the middle finger although it looks like. It is a sign of “Rock On”

 

 

snapchat ghost lol6. White Ghost with tears: Well, this is “LOL” a laughing emoji which at small sizes is often mistaken for being tears of sadness. This emoji is laughing so much that it is crying tears of joy.

 

 

snapchat ghost angry7. Ghost with Angry Face: An angry looking face. Has inward-facing eyebrows, and a frowning mouth. Expresses anger, grumpiness or annoyance at a situation. Be careful how you snap with that person.

 

 

snapchat ghost shock8. Shock: This Ghost could probably mean you blocked him/her.

 

 

snapchat ghost idk9. Ghost IDK: Its IDK- I don’t know! Your friend may be in a confused state of mind or unsure about the snapping relationship the two of you have.

 

 

snapchat ghost joyful10. Joyful: It could either mean he/she love to be friend with you or that person is someone you send out a lot of snaps to and he/she loves receiving them.

 

 

snapchat ghost with spec11. Ghost with Glass: It could most probably mean you added him/her and waiting for them to add you back.

 

 

snapchat ghost crying face12.Ghost with Crying Face: It could mean disappointed, hurt and upset. Probably you ignored to view or response to his/her snaps.

 

 

snapchat ghost confused13. Surprise:This Ghost could mean Surprised. Your snaps often surprises her/him.

 

 

snapchat ghost content14. Content: He/She is content with the snapping activities.

 

 

How to change Snapchat Ghost icon?

As we have mentioned above, Snapchat White Ghosts cannot be changed or modified. These are added automatically by Snapchat and the user have no control over it. The only way to change your Snapchat Ghost icon is by using third party called Bitmoji. To do this, just follow the below steps.

1. First download Bitmoji app and install. Bitmoji is integrated with Snapchat and can be directly accessed within the Snapchat app.
2. Open your Snapchat. Tap on the Ghost icon from the upper left corner of the screen.
3. Tap on Create Bitmoji.
4. Tap Create Bitmoji again and it will take you a page where you can download the Bitmoji app.
5. Just follow on screen instructions. 6. Open the Bitmoji app.
7. Tap Log in with Snapchat.
8. Tap Create Bitmoji.
9. Choose your gender.

How to change Snapchat Ghost icon?
10. Choose the style such as your face shape. You will have various options.
11. Select the shape, that looks like yours.
12. Choose the skin tone, hair color and the hair style that looks like yours.
13. Select your eyebrow shape, eyebrow color and eye color.
14. Next, choose your nose shape, mouth shape, head wear and others.
15. Once you are satisfy with your emoji creation tap on the check mark in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
16. Your custom Bitmoji is now complete.
17. Now, connect it to Snapchat and change your emoji.
18. That’s it.

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That’s it!

We would love to know more about these Snapchat Ghosts meaning or Snapchat White Ghosts meaning if you have any information or guesses as to what these white ghosts could mean, please share with us in the comment box below.

This post was last updated on May 07, 2018.

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