Instagram Adds Photo and Video Replies to Stories
Instagram today made it possible to use photos or videos to reply to friends' stories. Users will need to tap the new camera button while watching a story to record a new image or video. People can then dress up the photo or video with all the normal tools, such as filters and stickers. Instagram says the replies include a moveable, resizable sticker of the story. Replies will appear in the original poster's inbox, where they can be viewed privately along with the original story. Instagram will alert people if the reply is replayed or captured via screenshot. Instagram version 10.28 with photo and video replies is free to download from the Google Play Store and the iTunes App Store.
Instagram Adds Photo Replies and Face Filters
Instagram has rolled out several new ways to interact with friends on the photo-sharing social network. First, Instagram made it possible to reply with a photo or video to specific photos, videos, and reshared posts in the Direct messages feature.
Instagram Gives Storytellers Stickers and Other Tools
Instagram today introduced more ways for people to dress up their Instagram stories. First, stickers are now available for stories.
Instagram Intros Live Video and Disappearing Photos
Instagram today announced two new features for its mobile app that expand how people can share photos and videos. First, the social network is marking the debut of live video within Instagram Stories.
Instagram Adds Geostickers to Stories
Instagram has taken a page from Snapchat and given users in New York City and Jakarta access to geostickers for their stories. Instagram says more than a dozen location-specific stickers are available for the two cities, allowing people to add context to their stories.
Instagram Rolls Out Disappearing Stories
Instagram today announced Instagram Stories, a new way to share photos and videos that is similar to Snapchat's Stories. With Stories, Instagram users can post as many photos and videos as they want throughout the day and customize them with text, stickers, and drawing tools.