Instagram mobile website now allows users to create Stories

Instagram mobile website now allows users to create Stories

A new camera icon has been added to the web browser version of the photo-sharing service, and those accessing it from a mobile device will now be able to add photos from their library by tapping on that button.

Previously, mobile web users could only view Stories, which have to be created in Instagram's native apps. Finally company has made a decision to give it primary position as well as Now Instagram Allows you to Create Stories without App.

Additionally, you can now save posts you'd like to revisit later.

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Users can, for instance, snap a photo then draw their own doodles on the image, or add their own text - just like you can with Snaphcat and Instagram Stories. Just click the little bookmark icon underneath a post to privately save it.

Instagram said these two new features will be available to everyone "in the coming weeks".

Other features for the www.Instagram.com website includes basic stuff. Up until now, you had to download the Instagram application to be able to post to Stories. Now, it will be called "Stories" inside both Facebook and Messenger. Recently, Instagram rolled out an update, which allowed the users to go live with a friend and an option to add people who are watching the live video. Eight months after launching Stories, Instagram in April announced that more than 200 million people use it every day and bragged that its version is more popular that Snapchat.

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