Since its inception in 2010, Instagram, the American photo and video sharing social networking service, has been expanding its platform with attractive features to stand out among its competitors.
Instagram Reels is one of the most popular and interesting features of the platform. The feature was first launched in 2020, and since then, the firm has been adding more exotic particles to improve the user experience.
However, as we just discovered in a Twitter post from the popular trusted Instagram leaker, the firm has updated the photo icon on the app, allowing users to send, like and save photos from the gallery and from the Explore page. You can also post.
According to the leaker, the new features will enable Instagram users to send photos from the gallery, such as posts, save posts, and post posts from the Explore page. With these features, users will be very excited as they were expecting for so long.
To enjoy the exciting features, Instagram users are encouraged to update to the latest app version and locate the updated photos icon in their DMs, as the platform seeks to enrich the experience while using the app.
Remember that earlier this month, we reported that the social networking service is working on an instant messaging shortcut for creator and business accounts. The features allow Instagram users to quickly access messaging settings from the Direct section.
Additionally, the firm recently announced that it is working on a number of new features for the platform, including quote requests, NFTs, to tackle core business issues and help users endorse their favorite brands. The home feed includes adding the experience.
Over the years, the platform has been known for its commitment to ensure the convenience of the users through the introduction of friendly features. In maintaining these standards, the platform is unique among other social media platforms.
Therefore, it will not be an exaggeration to say that the platform stands out among other similar social networking services. Stay tuned to TechGenyz for more latest technology news.