Even if you’re a long-time Instagram user, there may be some new features and improvements you don’t know about. Check out our post to stay up to speed.
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Instagram is now available from the Windows Store as a universal app. Check out our review for screenshots and features.
Instagram was recently updated and now, among other features, you can conveniently share your photos directly from any app from you iPhone or iPad.
Instagram received an update for iOS last week and caused a storm of complaints online. Here a look at the update’s other features and what you can expect.
Instagram improved its photo editing features, and allows you to achieve better results for photos. Here’s a look at the new options and how to use them.
If you find a photo in Instagram and “Like” it. By default, Instagram will post it to your timeline. If you don’t want that to happen, it’s easy to disable.
If you find pictures on Instagram and wish you could keep them to use as a wallpaper or something else, here’s a handy utility that will allow you to do just that.
Instagram now allows video recording on its Android and iOS apps. It lets you record up to 15 seconds of video and of course, comes with plenty of filters.
Instagram has recently added a tagging feature, allowing you to tag and be tagged in other user photos. It also gives you the option to not accept being tagged at all.
If you’re unhappy with new Instagram terms, Free the Photos is a service that provides a dead simple way to transfer your photos from Instagram into Flickr.
If you’re done with Instagram’s confusing new terms of service, it might be worth deleting your account and move elsewhere. Just back up your photos first!
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom recently released a blog post to all users of the service in the hopes of clarifying the new terms of service changes.
Instagram has notified users that it plans to cash in on the photos being uploaded to the service. Here’s what you need to know about your photos and data.
Twitter and Instagram aren’t getting along lately, and you can’t view photos in Twitter from Instagram. Here’s how to change that in Google Chrome.