As of now, Instagram has rolled out the Reels viewing capability only for Instagram Lite users in India.
Facebook has also introduced new features like vanishing messages, selfie stickers, custom emoji, chat colors and more.
The feature has existed on iOS for a while now, and now a code suggests it might come to Android as well.
The feature is currently rolling out to users in select countries, and it will be available for everyone in the coming months.
Last week, Instagram also announced that it is now globally testing making likes private on the platform.
As per the blogpost, Instagram will introduce these new features gradually over the next six months.
Instagram's new feature would give users the power to choose who can send them messages.
Instagram is working on new camera mode icons, improved Boomerang, and a new layout for Stories.
The new section for parents is part of Instagram’s Well Being site to guide them through the platform.
After you have seen all posts, Instagram will give you a “Recommended For You” message, at the end.
Hackers are reportedly not adding new posts, or mishandling the account, but changing user details.
Instagram users have displayed their anguish towards the encouragement of such apps.
You may now be able to sign-in into Facebook Messenger via Instagram.
Fortunately, Instagram gives you the flexibility to opt out of the feature, by disabling it from your settings.
Instagram confirmed that this feature is only available on Android devices and it will make its way to the iOS version in the near future.
This just goes on to show that Facebook has not had the success it had hoped with the stories feature in its native app.
Instagram has announced that it is launching video view counts and will also offer new product changes this year. The company stated that views are the most widely accepted form of feedback on video, and that's why, users will begin to see view counts underneath videos where before you would normally see likes.
Instagram has now officially introduced multi-account support inside the app, with which users can now maintain more than one account on the same device. The new feature will be available in the new version 7.15 of the app, which will allow users to have up to five accounts logged in.