That also provides access to your profile page and the rest of your photo feed.Instagram’s Web and mobile updates have been rolling out slowly over the summer, beginning with a website upgrade to allow comments and likes on photos, plus larger images a benefit for iPad users.
In July, rumors pointed to more changes that could mean the addition of users’ profiles on the Web a rumor that Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom denied, saying that the company’s focus remains on the mobile experience.
A deeper Web presence could come in handy now that Facebook’s acquisition of the photo-sharing app is complete.Late last month, the Federal Trade Commission and California Department of Corporations gave the thumbs up to the social network’s purchase of Instagram, allowing the estimated $1 billion agreement to move forward.
The deal was first announced in April, shortly after Instagram launched its Android app.The Android and iOS apps got a boost in August when the latest version of the photo-sharing app introduced an interactive “photo map” feature that plots where users’ images were taken.
Version 3.0 is now available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play store.For more, see PCMag’s review of Instagram for iPhone and Instagram for Android, and check out the 10 Awesome Alternatives to Instagram slideshow below.
Source: PC MAG