Instagram users now have eight graphic filters they can superimpose onto pictures and videos, including furry koala ears, sunglasses, and tiaras.
"This is the way the tech industry works", Instagram product head Kevin Weil said during a Tuesday talk at TechCrunch's Disrupt NY conference.
You can also add hashtags to your stories now, via text or with a hashtag sticker.
Over the passage of time, Instagram has seen mammoth growth. I'm also waiting to hear whether outside developers, designers and others will be able to use Facebook's AR Studio to distribute face filters on Instagram the way they can masks on Facebook. The audience will interact with the stickers by tapping them to, "explore other media that's been shared with the same hashtag, the same way you can already tag other users or apply geostickers", wrote the Verge.
Beaten Ajax Amsterdam advances to join Manchester
Very bad that Eric Bailly will miss the Europa League final, given that he's by far Manchester United's best defender. If we win the Europa League I'm more than happy. "Some kept their control in a better way than others", said Mourinho.
"Take a photo or video using the front- or back-facing camera - they even work with Boomerang, so you can easily add an unexpected twist to what you share!" This is basically Instagram's way of saying, "We're coming for you, Snapchat!".
A new rewind mode plays videos you record in reverse. After taking a selfie, users can share it to their friends via Instagram Direct or share it more widely on Instagram Stories. The eraser brush, meanwhile, comes in handy for quickly adjusting photos and videos when experimenting with drawing tools. However, Instagram's implementation is reportedly easier to use and less blurry than Snapchat's. You can download the new 10.21 update on the App Store or Google Play Store. This lets you fill the entire image with color, then selectively erase sections to reveal the photo beneath. It is now truly an amalgamation of both Instagram and Snapchat in one app, thus, killing the need for the latter. "Kudos to Snapchat for being the first to stories, but it's a format and it's going to be adopted across a wide array of platforms".