Instagram Finally Lets You Post Using Desktop
Instagram users are happy everywhere (I know). Social networks allow people to post photos and videos through their browsers instead of relying on phone apps. This feature will be released worldwide later this week.
Posting from the desktop was one of Instagram’s most requested features. Some of us, including myself, did our best to publish directly from the computer to the platform. I tried to use the Android version on Chrome OS and emulate it through Bluestacks on Windows. However, this official method of publishing from a browser is much easier than a third-party solution.
Social networks have been just phone apps for years. Still, when the creator economy began (Instagram was one of the virtual platforms), Facebook-owned platforms began developing for greater flexibility. Instagram is used to allow you to access your feed from your browser, but only to send a message to check for updates. I had to.
Instagram announces several other features designed to increase creativity (and compete with TikTok). The company plans to expand its collaboration capabilities to facilitate the posting and co-editing roles with other users. The fundraising request has also changed, making it easier to start a fund directly from Instagram and connect people to your donations. The reel also has several musical features, such as Superbeat, which adds effects to the video based on the song’s beat, and 3D lyrics, which display the song’s lyrics and the melody.