Your Instagram Stories feed is about to get messy soon.
Recent Instagram Stories
More and more Facebook integrations are coming to Instagram as original founders leave the company.
Instagram revamps its Explore tab with new Topic Channels, adds video calling to Direct.
Instagram takes on YouTube, launches a standalone app for long-form video as its core platform reaches 1 billion users.
In a bid to help its users avoid noise and nonsense, Instagram said this week that it will finally add a Mute feature.
Facebook is getting into dating, Messenger is getting redesigned, Instagram is getting a new Explore design, its new Oculus Go headset is now out, plus more.
Yes, you will soon be able to mute accounts on Instagram.
Instagram introduces an algorithm-powered portrait mode for Stories.
Instagram says new posts will now show up more often in its algorithmic feed as it addresses recent backlash.
Instagram Stories' new Type mode could be the beginning of text-only posts on the platform.
Instagram partnered with Giphy to bring the ability to add GIF stickers to Stories.
Instagram is everything that Facebook isn't, and vice versa. And that's a good thing.
Instagram is transforming its feed by letting you follow hashtags on the platform.
Accessing your Instagram messages will soon require you to install a separate app, as Instagram gets ready move Direct out of its core app.
Facebook now syncs your Stories across Messenger and Facebook, and it'll soon start syncing your Instagram Stories, too.
Instagram this week announced that it now has over 700 million users, a dramatic increase in usage since last year. Count me in: My own usage of this service has likewise increased.
I've never understood the popularity of Instagram, which is a pretty terrible way to enjoy photos. But the service is slowly getting better. This week's addition of slideshow support is a good example.
Instagram announced today that it is adding live videos and disappearing photos to its photo-sharing service.
While Instagram came to Windows 10 Mobile back in May---it was previously available on older Windows phones, too--this week marks its first-ever availability on Windows 10 for PCs and tablets. It's exactly what it sounds like.