Its developer Facebook made some big improvements to Instagram to help users discover more great content from across the community.
Every day users share millions of photos and videos on Instagram that provide a snapshot of the world.
Instagram improved the Explore tab to include trending tags and places, and also an upgraded search tool, so now it’s even easier to experience what the world is seeing.
Company announced two major updates to Instagram that will help connect its community to the world as it happens: the all-new Explore page, with trending Tags and Places, and more powerful search that makes it easier to find the people, places and tags users are looking for. The new Explore now surfaces trends as they emerge in real-time, connecting users to events and conversations both near them and around the globe. In addition, at the top of the Explore page users will find new curated collections that will be updated regularly, featuring interesting accounts and places. To start, these updates to Explore will only be available in the United States. Instagram will work to bring it to the rest of the world after they fine tune the experience and set it up to work well in other countries.
Made by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, Instagram was bought by Facebook on April 2012 for around Rs. 6,358 crore cash along with stocks.
Instagram for iOS version 7.0 is available today in Apple’s App Store, and Instagram for Android version 7.0 is available today on Google Play.