Instagram Officially Unveils a Complete Redesign

A while back in April, some Instagram users had the opportunity to test out a black-and-white redesign. Instagram has officially made that the design for its overhauled app. Version 8.0, which is now available, offers a simpler design that “puts the focus on your posts and keeps your features in the same place.” The photo-sharing social media app has also kicked its old retro-inspired app icon to the curb, in favor of a more colorful look — one that extends to Layout, Boomerang and Hyperlapse.
 

Instagram Feed Update Will Prioritize Most Popular Posts, Similar to Facebook

Instagram will be making its biggest change yet, to how feeds are ordered. Similar to Facebook, popular posts will be shown first. According to Instagram, the reason behind this is the fact that “people miss on average 70 percent of their feeds. As Instagram has grown, it’s become harder to keep up with all the photos … Read more

Instagram Introduces Multiple Account Switching

Starting this week, individuals who manage multiple Instagram accounts will no longer have to go through the hassle of managing accounts from multiple phones, or logging out of one account into another every time. Instagram has now made it possible to quickly and easily switch between multiple accounts. To use this new feature, simply go to your profile … Read more

Instagram Introduces Landscape & Portrait Orientations

Great news for Instagram users, as today the popular social media platform introduced its biggest updates yet. Users will no longer have to worry about using third party apps such as Instasize or InstaSquare to fit their photos into the square frame, as Instagram now supports landscape and portrait photo and video orientations in addition to the square option. The overall look and … Read more

Instagram Unveils New Design Of It’s Web Version

Despite being a predominantly mobile-oriented app, Instagram has just unveiled a major overhaul of its web version. The revamp makes browsing through Instagram on the computer much more slicker and less painful to the eyes with the clean and minimal aesthetic. Could it be that Instagram is trying to send us a signal? Perhaps the introduction of more features to the … Read more