Instagram stories are a fun way to keep everyone in loop with your personal life without always posting a permanent photo. Though Instagram users tend to have far more followers than on Snapchat, which means your story is exposed to even more people. While that may be good for exposure, you may not want all of those prying eyes seeing what you’re up to.
It’s been quite some time since Instagram rolled out its Carousel feature to advertisers, letting them upload a series of photos at one time, rather than one at a time like the rest of the user base.
Ever since Instagram launched live videos, it has been trying to hound users to get on board with the idea. Whenever anyone you follow starts a live video, you get a push notification about it.
Advertisements are a common occurrence, so it probably shouldn’t be a surprise when companies find ways to add them into the experience.
Instagram has added support for wide color to its iOS client on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Besides showing the vibrancy of the wide color photos taken from the new iPhones, the app will also show wide color photos from other users in all their glory.