Instagram Available to Windows Phone As a Beta
Instagram today made a version of its picture-taking and -sharing application available to the Windows Phone platform. Instagram lets WP8 device owners take pictures, apply filters and frames, and share them with friends. The app also lets people follow and view the photos of others, as well as make and respond to comments. Instagram is calling the app a beta for now, as it does not include all the features available to the Android and iOS versions. Instagram is free to download from the Windows Phone Store.
Sharing Photos to Instagram from the iPhone Just Got Easier
Instagram has updated its iOS application with an important new feature that will improve the picture-sharing experience. Instagram version 8.2 enables share extensions, which make it possible to share photos to Instagram from within other apps.
Instagram for Windows Grabs Huge Update
Facebook today announced three new apps for the Windows 10 platform, including a proper Instagram app for phones, and dedicated Facebook and Messenger apps for desktops. The Instagram app for Windows 10 Mobile includes features that have long been available only to the Android and iOS apps, including Instagram Direct, videos, the Explore tab, and more.
Instagram Lets You Mute Your Friends
Instagram today rolled out a new tool called mute, what is describes as a new way for people to control what they see in their Instagram feed. "The new feature lets you hide posts in [your] feed from certain accounts, without unfollowing them.
Instagram Now Lets You Save Live Videos to Camera Roll
Instagram today made it possible to save live video broadcasts to your phone's local gallery. Live videos that are broadcast to Instagram eventually disappear from the app, but now users can elect to store videos on their phone for safekeeping.
Breathe a deep sign of relief!
Rumor has it that Instagram may celebrate this news by creating their 2nd, yes, 2nd filter for damaging your photos! No news yet on what it will be but I'm hoping it will make photos look like they were taken with cameras from the 1960s!
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