Instagram announced at an in-office event today that it now has 1 billion users worldwide
Instagram has announced a slight change to Stories. Now, when someone mentions you in their story, you’ll have the option to instantly repost it, adding the photo or video to your own story.
Instagram is borrowing another feature from Snapchat, although this is one you’ll definitely appreciate if you value your privacy.
Instagram is a photo- and video-centric social network by its very nature, but that doesn’t mean you always want to share images along with your thoughts. And now, you don’t have to.
Instagram is officially adding GIF support to its Stories feature
Instagram is testing a new “Type” feature within Stories for users to share text-based messages as an alternative to photos or video
Instagram’s new “recommended for you” section is now rolling out to all users
Instagram users can follow celebrities, friends, brands, and creepy pets, but there was never a way to follow their favorite hashtags. Until now.
Instagram will automatically save your Stories after their 24 hours are up and they’ll exist in a separate archive section of your profile.
You can now post pictures older than 24 Hours from your camera roll for the disappearing posts
Instagram is now letting users broadcast live with a friend
Instagram is launching a handful of new tools today to combat harassment and help its community members.
A bug that exposed users’ contact information affected a far greater number of accounts than Instagram originally said. The bug, which appears to have been responsible for Selena Gomez’s account being hacked this week, allowed hackers to scrape email addresses and contact information for millions of accounts
Instagram now lets you post photo albums with landscape and portrait pictures.
Instagram’s rapid fire updates to its Stories feature continues today with the added ability to respond to individual stories with photos, videos, and Boomerangs.
Instagram is introducing an enhanced comment filter today meant to wipe out nasty remarks using AI.
Instagram is releasing its Archive feature to all users today, after testing it with a smaller group of people last month.