Instagram is a social picture-sharing application with its roots as a mobile-first experience. Users can upload pictures in a signature square aspect ratio, apply artistic filters, upload their creations, and view what their friends have been posting. Users can leave comments and hearts on pictures that show up on their news feed, or they can explore popular photos shared to the public. It launched originally as an iOS app, and came to Android after a long wait. Facebook has since acquired Instagram in an effort to bolster their online photo services. There is still no official Instagram client for BlackBerry in sight, and from the looks of it, there may not be one at all.
Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp are currently experiencing an outage
Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp are currently experiencing an outage with Europe and the East Coast of the U.S. being the most affected.
Facebook says it exposed millions of Instagram user passwords
Less than a month after Facebook exposed around 600 million of its users' passwords to employees, the company has quietly announced that Instagram accounts have been affected as well.
Five steps you should take to protect your data privacy
It takes a bit of legwork, but protecting your data online actually isn't as complex as you'd think.
You can now send direct voice messages on Instagram, because why not?
If you were holding out hope that you could one day slide into someone's Instagram DMs using a voice message instead of text and images, it's now your time to shine.
Instagram adds third-party authenticator support for increased security
As part of their efforts to keep Instagram safe, the company today has announced the rollout of several new features including support for third-party authenticator apps, a new process to obtain a verified account and more!
Instagram introduces IGTV for watching long-form videos
Instagram has now introduced IGTV, their latest feature addition to the popular photo and video sharing app, as a new way of watching long-form, vertical video content.
Instagram will soon allow you to mute accounts without unfollowing them
If you follow a lot of accounts on Instagram, the latest feature addition being rolled out by Instagram which was introduced as "a new way to personalize your feed," might be of interest to you.
WhatsApp bringing group video calls, video chat coming to Instagram
With Facebook's F8 conference well underway, there has been plenty of new announcements made but for those of you out there still using WhatsApp or hitting up Instagram on the daily, you're about to get some new video features!
Instagram will now let you export a copy of what you've shared
Following the announcement earlier this month that Instagram was working on a way to let users export their data from the platform, the service called 'Data Download' is now available on desktop and coming soon to the Android and iOS apps.
Instagram is once again making changes to your feed
Instagram has now announced several changes that are coming to how their algorithm will handle your feed going forward.
Inst10 for Instagram gets a new look and plenty of minor fixes and tweaks
Inst10 remains of the best ways to access Instagram on BlackBerry 10 and the latest update rolling out through BlackBerry World aims to ensure it stays that way.
Inst10 for Instagram updated with new features, fixes and improvements!
Inst10 continues to be one of the top ways BlackBerry 10 users can access Instagram on BlackBerry 10 and a new update rolling out through BlackBerry World right now adds several fixes and improvements to keep the app going.
Inst10 for Instagram updated just in time for your holiday photo taking!
This release has multiple fixes across the board addressing the speediness of the app itself right down to new a new icon and graphics.
iGrann for BlackBerry 10 updated with improved performance
For those of you out there using iGrann or iGrann Pro for Instagram, you'll be pleased to know both apps have now been updated through BlackBerry World. This time around, it's more of a return of previously removed features rather any new features being added.
Instagram makes comments safer for everyone
Earlier this summer, Instagram began letting high-profile users of the platform filter specific words from the comments sections of their posts and now the company has decided to allow anyone use the keyword moderation tool.