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According to a report in Droid Life on Thursday, Instagram is testing a new feature in the Android app that lets users share multiple photos from their smartphone’s gallery as an album on the photo-sharing network.

When you press and hold on a photo, you’ll be able to select multiple photos to add to one gallery, or post, which users will be able to swipe through. This feature has previously been available to advertisers but not the general public.

“Users can select up to 10 photos from their galley, slap on filters to each photo they choose, then upload the photos as an album to your timeline. From your followers’ perspective, they will see the album and can then slide through the various shots, liking photos as they go,” the report noted.

Phillip Chang found the new album tool in a beta version of Instagram that was released to Android users and tweeted out a first look.

Credit: Droid Life