Social photo-sharing network Instagram is rolling out a series of tools to help stop cyberbullying on the platform. Users will be able to switch off comments on posts, "like" noteworthy comments, and delete current followers.
Instagram's stealth advertising problem no longer encompasses just celebs. Consumer advocacy groups are now decrying the rise of "microinfluencers" who are posting undisclosed endorsements in violation of FTC guidelines.
As part of its recent update, Instagram introduced a feature that notifies someone when you take a screenshot of their disappearing image or video. However, the Snapchat-style feature has some Instagrammers confused.
Instagram is bringing a feature from its parent company -- live video. Unlike Facebook's implementation, which is primarily geared toward media content, Instagram's Live Video is more of a blend of Twitter's Periscope and…
Instagram may be the most popular photo-sharing app in the world, but there is no official desktop or browser app for desktop users. With a little computer magic, however, you, too, can use Instagram on a PC or Mac.
Facebook is finally starting to integrate Instagram with its flagship platform. Until now the popular photo-sharing app has remained independent from its parent company, but that’s all about to change — for businesses at least.
To celebrate the new EOS M5 mirrorless camera, Canon has launched the #tagyoureit campaign on Instagram. The interactive campaign will challenge Instagram influencers and their followers to complete spontaneous photo challenges.
Instagram is following parent company Facebook with the launch of its very own live broadcasting function? A user of the beta version of the app has spotted a number of live video features within its camera interface.
Instagram has launched a hefty update to its Stories feature, allowing users to add links, tag friends, and even capture Boomerangs for their stories. The new features represent one of the biggest updates to Stories since the feature…
Lifestage, a social app that lets you share a visual profile of who you are with your school network, is now available on Android. The bad news for all you oldies is that it's still only accessible by teens.