Is there a filter to best express users’ disdain for the latest update to Snapchat?

Recently, the messaging app popular among younger smartphone owners launched a major redesign, aimed at drawing a line between communications with friends and content published by creators.

Based on reactions from Snapchat users, everyone hates it.

The app currently carries an average rating of 1.9 out of 5 stars on Apple’s App Store, although it remains the most popular app in the Photo & Video category.

The most recent user reviews complain the update is a big reason for the lower rating.

“I absolutely hate the update,” reads one review from user Piethrower3000. “Everything is so messy and disorganized.”

Another issue bugging users: Snapchat quietly rolled out the changes as opposed to releasing them as a more formal update users could opt to download.

On Twitter, search “snapchat update” and it’s nearly impossible to find a positive reaction.

Even its most famous users like Kylie Jenner are not impressed.

There is a petition posted to Change.org, with more than 700,000 signatures, urging Snapchat to roll back the update.

Last November, Snapchat revealed details of its update, which includes moving all chats and…