While sharing photos and videos is the primary focus for Instagram, adding comments to that content is another high-value area for the company as well.
Back in August of this year, Instagram unveiled its new feature “Stories,” which works like Snapchat in that timed-message delivery kind of way.
Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom has confirmed that the company plans on bringing live videos to its platform. Instagram initially started as a photo-sharing website that allowed users to customise their photos through various filters. Since then, the company has expanded its platform to add support for video.
Instagram, one of the more popular social networks available on mobile devices, has added a few new features to its Stories function.
Back in August of this year, Instagram launched “Stories,” which were ways to see Snapchat-like timed content from friends.
Personally, I’ve been enjoying Instagram Stories every since it came out. Both posting stuff and consuming the feed of the people and pages I follow on Instagram. Yes, it’s a Snapchat Stories rip off. I don’t care. See, I can actually use Instagram, so that’s a big plus.
One feature that’s been missing from Instagram, the popular photo- and video-focused social network, has been zooming in on photos.