Instagram hasn't said a thing, but online reports are signaling the arrival of a new redesign for the Android app.
Boomerang is an official app from Instagram that takes a burst of photos and stitches them together into a high-quality mini video that plays forward and backward. It's already available on Android and iOS, but still missing in the Windows Store. Show More Summary
Instagram today said it plans to roll out a new way for people to discover video. Its Android and iOS mobile apps will soon feature a personalized channel called Videos You Might Like. The channel, located in the Explore section of the app, contains a series of videos from around the world that Instagram believes will match user interests. Show More Summary
Instagram is rolling out a way for you to discover videos on its iOS and Android app. The Facebook-owned company announced that it has added video channels within its Explore section that will surface those videos you might like. This update is only available to those in the U.S. but the company plans to release […]
Update 2/16 4 p.m. A spokesperson for Instagram told Mashable that the bug has been fixed. Instagram’s new feature allowing multiple accounts comes with a caveat for Android users: there’s a bug that shares your personal notifications...Show More Summary
Followit is a new app for Android and iOS that pitches itself as the Instagram of real estate. Instead of following friends and celebrities, you follow houses in specific streets and suburbs where you want to live. Here’s how it works. More »
If you're juggling multiple Instagram accounts for personal and professional use, the latest version of the app is about to make life a little easier. Version 7.15 for iOS and Android adds support for up to 5 accounts. Read more
Instagram finally has added the ability to easily switch from one account to another without logging out, making life — or at least our social media life — easier for those of us who run Android blogs, have personable pets or suffer from alter egos. Show More Summary
It’s official. Instagram has opened up multiple account support for almost everyone. After months of rumors, both for Android and iOS, support for two or more accounts is here, reigning in a feature users have been asking for since Instagram made its debut in 2010. Anyone who has the latest version of the app, either [...]Show More Summary
A few months ago, Instagram quietly rolled out multiple account support for a few users. The feature was removed almost as quickly as it arrived, but now it's officially back for good.
Instagram is finally supporting one of its most requested features The photo-sharing app announced Monday that Instagram users will begin to see support for multiple accounts appear in its iOS and Android app this week See also: 12 awesome...Show More Summary
The feature had been spotted in testing for Android in November and for iOS earlier this month, and it has now been included in versions 7.15 of the applications for both operating systems.
After making a brief appearance in November and quickly being removed, then reappearing in the latest beta update, multi-account support for Instagram is now here to stay for Android users. With this feature, those with multiple Instagram accounts can switch back and forth between them with ease. Show More Summary
Instagram today updated its Android and iOS apps with support for multiple accounts. Once the latest version is installed, users can add a second account and then quickly jump between them. Instagram says it clearly shows the profile pic for each account so people know which account is the one currently being used. Show More Summary
Last November, we reported that multi-user support was discovered in a beta version of Instagram for Android. However for some reason, Instagram quickly pulled the feature, which we can only imagine was because it was not ready yet. The good news is that according to reports, the feature is back. Show More Summary
A little over two months ago our sister site 9to5Google reported that Instagram was releasing multiple account support for its Android app, and it now appears it will be coming to iOS too. The feature is not currently available to all users, but there are reports that many are already seeing it enabled. Multiple users are reporting to Latergramme that the […]
Inside of the newest update for the Instagram beta app straight from Google Play, multi-account support has reappeared. For Android users, this is big news, as this feature first appeared in November of last year, then quickly vanished without a trace. Show More Summary
Last month in the latest version of Instagram, the company introduced a Peek feature that basically mimicked the 3D Touch feature on iOS. However for some reason the feature was then disabled and we’re not sure why. The good news is that if you liked the idea and the feature, it seems that Instagram has brought it back in the latest update of 7.14.0. Show More Summary
Force 3D Touch is arguably the best reason to get one of the new iPhones. But it turns out you don’t actually need pressure sensitivity for some of 3D Touch’s navigational tricks, so Instagram has updated its Android app to imitate its new functionality on iOS. Show More Summary
Instragram has found a way for Android users to get the same functionality iPhone users enjoy with their 3D Touch feature. The solution? Just press longer. More »