In December of 2013, Instagram officially debuted Direct, a messaging platform designed to share photos and videos with other people.
Instagram this week began rolling out an update to its service that removes the forced 1:1 aspect ratio being applied to every photo uploaded to the service. This limited aspect ratio often was frustrating for users who go to great lengths to frame a shot only to have Instagram crop out the most important elements when it applied its square format.
Instagram‘s popularity has certainly grown, even with only recently adding video and those static images being stuck in tiny boxes.
On June 23, Instagram took to its official blog to detail the newest update to its iOS app, which is available beginning today.
Instagram is one of the world’s most popular photo sharing applications, yet it has been known for lacking some customization features. While it is full of filters and photo manipulation tools, it sorely lacked the function to splice photos together or create epic collages. So, to answer these needs, Instagram recently launched Layout and I am going to show you 10 new ways Layout can improve your Instagram game.
Instagram for iOS has been updated to version 6.11.0, and with it even more functionality for spicing up your images. And hashtags.
One of the strengths of Instagram is its filters, something that users of the social network have used for years, but it’s been some time since new ones have been added.
If Instagram’s developers had high aspirations for its photo sharing social network, certainly those have been met.
Recently, Instagram updated its iOS app to fully support the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but now a new update is rolling out to add a bit more functionality.