Posts Tagged ‘Instagram’

Instagram kept deleted photos and messages for a year, without anyone knowing. Here is everything you need to know.

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Facebook has long wanted to merge Instagram, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger chats into a single platform and now Instagram users are starting to receive notifications that the first phase of that is underway.

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Here’s how to download Instagram Stories and Instagram photos by hashtag using 4K Stogram for Windows and Mac the easy way.

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Instagram Reels, which is Facebook’s answer to TikTok, is now finally available. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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iOS 14 has exposed Instagram app to be causing ‘camera on’ alert when the app is not being used. Facebook says it’s a bug and that it’s working on fixing it.

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Instagram is launching Reels feature, its TikTiok competitor, next month in the US according to a report. Here are the details on this.

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Apple Music on iOS 13.4.5 can now share songs to Instagram Stories. Here’s what you need to know about this including how it works.

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With more and more of us left housebound by the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, Instagram has launched a way for people to donate to causes and get stickers and a new co-watching feature.

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Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri said as much during an “ask me anything” on Instagram. According to Mosseri, there just isn’t enough time or enough engineers to get an iPad app out the door.

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Instagram has added a new Layout option to Story for collage / combined photos. Here is everything you need to know about this exciting update.

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Check out this viral video showing a chimpanzee scrolling through Instagram on an iPhone like a boss.

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Facebook just can’t stay out of the news right now, and this time, it’s in relation to a report last week that claimed the social giant was looking to combine Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram messaging into a single platform. Now, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed as much.

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