Last week, Instagram decided to give itself a makeover with a new logo and a more modern look for its somewhat dated UI. While the apps for Android and iOS were updated within 48 hours of the announcement the Windows 10 Mobile version was slated for a few days later. Show More Summary
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the [...]
Back in April of 2012, big things happened. The walled city of Instagram was no longer exclusive to those with an iPhone, and let me tell you, existing citizens of that city were not too happy. In fact, many folks took to social media to decry Instagram’s support of Android. Show More Summary
Instagram released a major app update earlier this week for iPhone and Android that brought some user interface changes as well as a major icon design change. Unsurprisingly, Instagram fans freaked out when they saw the logo change.Show More Summary
Instagram has introduced a new version of its icon, and is rolling out an update for the iOS and Android versions with both the icon and a new design for those apps. The Windows 10 Mobile version is supposed to get those changes in an update later this week. ...
Instagram today announced a major redesign for its apps, website, as well as its brand. The company unveiled a new logo for its Instagram app, as well as Layout Hyperlapse. The company has also redesigned their Android and iOS apps with a new coat of paint. The new Instagram app looks pretty good, although it’s […]
Instagram has long held onto its camera icon, which adheres to the skeuomorphism hat was so popular in Android and iOS design years ago. Now, the world’s most popular photo app is getting a visual refresh with an app that feels like it actually belongs on a smartphone in 2016. Read more...
Instagram today revealed a new look for its Android and iOS mobile apps. The updated appearance includes new app icons for the main Instagram app, as well as Instagram's ancillary apps, Layout, Boomerang, and Hyperlapse. Inside the app, Instagram toned down the chrome and adopted a black and white design. Show More Summary
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.