The company's stock is up, however, because of revenue gains of 44 percent during the period.
Snapchat lost users last quarter.
The Snap-owned app had 188 million daily active users during the three-month period that ended in June. That's down 2 percent from the 191 million DAUs it had at the end of the first quarter.
But the company's shares climbed immediately after the news, jumping up over 9 percent during after-hours trading, because the company increased revenue by 44 percent to $262 million during the quarter. Adjusted net loss was 14 cents per share. Analysts were expecting the company to lose 17 cents per share and bring in revenue of $250.4 million.