Snap may refer to any of the following:
* Snap (fingers), snapping one's fingers

* S-Nitroso-N-acetylpenicillamine, a biochemical reagent
* SNAP-25, in molecular biology, soluble n-ethyl maleimide sensitive attachment proteins that interact with SNARE (SNAP REceptor) in membrane fusion events.
* Snap (physics), the fourth derivative of position
* Subnetwork Access Protocol (SNAP), for distinguishing protocols running atop the IEEE 802.2 layer.
* Systems Nuclear Auxiliary Power Program (or System for Nuclear Auxiliary Power), a radioisotope thermoelectric generator
* Supernova/Acceleration Probe, a proposed satellite observatory
* Snap Server, a network attached storage (NAS) appliance currently sold by Overland.
* Scalable Network Application Package, also known as SNAP Mobile, Nokia's online gaming platform
* SNAP (Symbolic Network Analysis Program), a symbolic circuit simulator
* ITK-SNAP, a software application for medical image segmentation
* Schedule for Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality (SNAP), a personality questionnaire developed by Lee Anna Clark
* Snap, in computer graphics software, is an option which allows objects to be easily positioned in alignment with grid lines, guide lines or other objects, by causing them to automatically jump to an exact position when they are moved to within some distance of that position.

* Pokémon Snap
* Snap (game), a card game.
* Snap (football), an action that starts each play in American football
* Snap (music), a new Atlanta-based hip-hop subgenre.
* Snap dance
* Snap (dance move)
* Snap, the nickname of Primus frontman Les Claypool
* Snap!, a German dance music band.
* Snap!, album by The Jam.

*Snap, Wiltshire, England, a deserted village.

* Snap, one of the three mascots of Rice Krispies
* Snap fastener, a term for a special type of fastener on a piece of clothing.
* Snap (ChalkZone), a character in ChalkZone
* Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests
* Sarawak National Party, a political party in Sarawak, Malaysia.
* Snap! an electronic music project

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