Apps need to support device displays if people actually want to enjoy them, but sometimes the rollout takes time or leads to more issues.
Instagram is all about sharing those photos or videos, and it’s also a platform for influencers, companies, and markets to show off everything they can.
When it comes to attention in social media, all the eyeballs are at Instagram Stories. If you’re a brand who wants to increase their following or engagement, or if you’re trying to build your personal brand, you have to level up your Instagram Stories game.
The current feed in Instagram is vertical, and it has been that way since day one. But it looks like a change may be coming, so batten down the hatches.
In a strange move, Instagram has removed support for iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR with the latest update to its app. While the official change-log from the company does not mention anything, there’s a barrage of reports from users on Reddit and Twitter about this.
Music is a quick and easy way to spice up a video, especially if it’s a quick one shared via Instagram.
Instagram is still a growing platform, a social media network built on showing off photos and videos in a pretty simple method.
Have you ever sent a direct message, or Direct, in Instagram with the standard text and found yourself wishing you could send a voice message instead?
If you have wanted to make a separate friends list on Instagram to help make sharing Stories even easier, the wait is over.
Instagram is one of the most popular social networks out there, but, for the visually impaired, the photo- and video-centric platform might not be all that accessible.