Instagram has finally decided to improve its own app on the web. Currently, Instagram has a bare and almost-boring web app that contains links to the App Store and Google Play. Many were hoping that the developers will somehow improve its presence on the web, and at least allow them to access their profiles and pictures from there. Well, it seems that the team behind the insanely popular app has listened to the woes and cries of its users by announcing Instagram Profiles on the web today. Expected to roll out in the coming days, Instagram web profiles are a beautiful new way to view and share Instagram on the web.
“It features a selection of your recently shared photos together with your own profile photo and bio, giving others a snapshot of the photos you are sharing on Instagram. Instagram profiles on the web also lets you follow users, comment and like photos, and edit your profile easily and directly from the web. “We’re launching web profiles to give you a simple way to share your photos with more people and to make it easier to discover new users on the web,” the company writes. To check if you already have the feature, just navigate instagram.com/[username] with your username on it.
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