Update [June 20, 2017]: The 10.26.0 update introduces the option to share a replay of your live video to Instagram Stories. As is the case with Insta stories, the replay will be discarded automatically after 24 hours.
Update [May 18, 2017]: Instagram introduces Face filters for its Stories and DM. Just tap the Face filter icon present at the bottom right corner in the Instagram Story. You can use the face filters with front or back-facing camera and also create a video with Boomerang.
Update [May 3, 2017]: Thanks to the latest update 10.19.0 of Instagram, you can now name your group conversations. This makes it easy to find the conversation. Earlier group conversations had no name, it only showed member names and hence it was difficult to search for any group conversation.
Update [April 18, 2017]: The latest update to Instagram that changes the build to 10.17.0 brings offline support and a new way to organize saved posts.
Instagram now has limited offline support. Meaning, you can now browse the profiles and posts that you previously opened, without any internet connection. You will also be able to save posts, like/comment on posts, view posts in Explore tab and create new posts, all offline. So, the next time you go online, everything will be synced automatically with Instagram servers.
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Moreover, Instagram now lets you organize your saved posts in folders called collections. The feature is similar to the Pinterest Boards. Here is our detailed guide on how to use Instagram collections.
Instagram lets you share photos and videos with your friends. You can share multiple photos in one post and can even go live with the “live” feature. Moreover, Instagram now supports stories and disappearing messages as well.