Instagram for Windows 10 on PC and Mobile receives much-awaited update

Instagram for Windows 10 on PC and Mobile receives much-awaited update


Android and iOS device users have received a number of updates to Instagram in recent weeks, something that does not happen to anyone accessing the social network through the app for Windows 10, either on smartphones or on the desktop or tablet with the system. The wait is finally over, because a major update released by the company includes several cool new features in the application, making it much more complete and fun for its users.

The update takes the app on mobile devices to its version number 10.1096.22713, while desktop and tablet users running Windows 10 now have the edition 10.1096.22724, the following changes being included according to the unofficial changelog:

  • Now it is possible to use effects in Stories
  • Removed update icon in upper-right corner
  • Added Stories title in upper-left corner
  • Added the “View all” function to see all available Friends Stories
  • When viewing the Stories, you will no longer find the item “Send a message”, but directly a new box “Write a message”
  • You can now reply to Stories with photos
  • You have introduced a new + icon to upload pictures and videos to the social network (between the Search feature and the Notifications section)
  • The settings icon has now been moved next to the “Edit profile” box
  • When accessing Settings> Accounts we find the new entry “Photos where you are”
  • You can now view insight data for each publication
  • You can now archive posts to make them invisible to those who follow us
  • A new clock icon is available to access archived messages
  • Option to use emojis in Stories
  • Rewind Mode in Stories
  • General fixes and improvements

As you can see, the application is now much more complete, relying on virtually all the news in the Android and iOS versions. As with any update, it may take a while for your device to be awarded by simply accessing the link on the card below to go directly to the Windows Store and find out if the update is already available for your device.

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