New Delhi: With the view to make Instagram even more accessible to the growing community, Instagram has now announced that users can now browse their Instagram feeds on the web - just like you do on your mobile device. Users just need to go to Instagram.com and log in.
Instagram Feed on the web functions much like it does on a mobile phone. Users can browse through the latest photos of people whom they follow with updates as people post new photos. Users can like photos by double clicking on them or pressing the like button. They can also engage in a conversation around a photo with inline commenting.
Users can also browse through pages of the most recent images to keep up on what's happening with the people they follow in realtime. They can also shrink the browser down to a single column for the feed to look more like the mobile feed.
Instagram feed on the web functions much like it does on a mobile phone; users just need to go to Instagram.com and log in.
"We do not offer the ability to upload from the web as Instagram is about producing photos on the go, in the real world, in realtime," said Kevin Systrom, co-founder, Instagram.
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