Instagram has heard the pleas from the masses and has decided to grant their wish. One of the biggest annoyances that users have found when using the photo-sharing app is that you’re only able to share your photos via your mobile device – no desktop or iPad.
However, that may all be about to change as the social media platform has recently announced a major update that will include this change and much more, reports IOL.
The photo-based platform has begun implementing the new feature, starting earlier this week and users will no longer have to make do with the basic desktop features which included only being able to like and comment on posts and view their feed.
Along with this exciting development, there are a few new creative-driven features on the horizon.
Here are a few cool new features we could see on the app:
- Collabs: This interesting new feature will allow users to co-author Feed Posts and Reels which will then be displayed on both accounts in the Instagram feed.
- Fundraiser Prompts: A feature that will allow people to lend a helping hand by creating fundraisers for non-profit organisations via Instagram.
- Superbeat and Dynamic Lyrics: “Intelligently applies special effects to the beat of a user’s song” while the latter will display lyrics in a 3D format.