Instagram is doing its bit to help users cope up with the COVID-19 crisis. Instagram has now launched a new feature called Co-Watching which lets you look at other pictures along with your friend. They have also launched other features that make credible information related to the COVID-19 outbreak easily accessible.
New Co-Watching Feature Will Let You Browse Instagram with Friends While Practicing Social Distancing
Instagram is one of the most popular social media apps in the world, and the company still doesn’t have an app for the iPad. And you would be surprised to know that the social media firm still doesn’t have any firm plans for developing the app for the most popular tablet platform.
In a bid to combat fake news, Instagram recently introduced a feature that flagged fake photos. Now it appears that the new feature is flagging photoshopped images indiscriminately. This has worried photographers who are finding it hard to share their photography.
There is no denying that the Internet is flooded with hate and abusive stuff. Especially social media is treated by some as a platform to abuse. Instagram has come up with a new feature that will warn you if your caption is abusive. And the best part is that it warns you before you even post the caption.
In a bid to compete with TikTok’s soaring popularity, Instagram is launching a new feature called Reels. The feature will be available on both iOS and Android, however, it will be restricted to Brazil in the initial phase.
Instagram has introduced yet another app called Threads. Last time around the company had launched Instagram TV and later integrated the same into the Instagram app. Threads is an app that lets you share text, photos, and videos with your friend’s list. It seems like Threads is an extension of Direct messaging. You will also be able to share things like location, status, and private data.
Instagram has announced a new set of rules when it comes to deleting accounts for hate speech, nudity or any other violations. Unlike before Instagram will issue a warning to users before deleting their account.
Today is a busy day for Facebook and its own properties. The company is kicking off its official developers conference, F8, and with it announcing a plethora of new changes. Instagram, for instance, is seeing some important tweaks.
SoundHound is a popular streaming platform for music fans, and now it’s getting a new way to share the songs and artists you like through Instagram.
In your daily life, you will see at least a few people browsing Instagram on their iPhone while on their way to work or in your office. Well, a video going viral on social media shows a chimpanzee willfully browsing Instagram on an iPhone XS. Yep, you read that right!