The new kind of applications known as social electronic applications (or "social e- app's") aid with networking, other applications, known as social networking apps (or "social networking apps" or "SNApp's") and social networking sites (or "SNS's") have become widely used as resources in academics during pandemic. Students have been accustomed to using SNApp and hence participate in non-academic activities on a regular basis. This study examines the impact of widespread use of SNApps on students' academic achievement as well as how these SNApps influenced their commitment to their studies post lockdown after the widespread of “Covid-19”. Because the use of SNApp daily has may harm their performance, it is critical to encourage students to adopt comparable technologies that are solely used to supplement classroom work. SNApp began as a networking communication tool, but it has evolved into much more. "How much time the kids spent on social media" and "How many hours, minutes, and seconds they spent reading messages or going through all of their followers' photographs on these Apps" are never realized. The study examines how the social App influences students' academic performance, focusing on a KKU (Saudi Arabia) students. The study proves that “Covid-19” has forced the students globally to use social networking apps for academic activities. Even if COVID-19 numbers are decreasing, some of the emerging tendencies have remained consistent over time. To get insight into emerging patterns that will have a long-term influence during COVID-19.