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Instagram now lets you save your edited photos as drafts

Like to jazz up your Instagram pics before sharing them? Then you’ll love the app's latest feature, which allows you to save your edited photos as drafts. In testing since July, the feature is now officially available to everyone.
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How to experience Jimmy Kimmel in 360 glorious degrees

The Emmys and Facebook have struck a social media deal that will see exclusive live footage and 360-degree videos from the awards ceremony hosted on the social network, including host Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue.
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Instagram updates Stories to let you permanently save images and videos

Instagram has quietly snuck in a number of new features related to Stories in its most recent update. While everyone else is fiddling with the app's new comments moderation tool, you can now start saving your Stories, and muting others.
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Keep your Instagram comment section clean with a new keyword moderation tool

Instagram is taking action to make its online platform a more "welcoming community" with a new keyword moderation tool. It's meant to help you filter out "words you consider offensive or inappropriate."
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Facebook and Instagram are demanding this app change its name

Lawyers representing Instagram and its parent company Facebook are ordering British anti-littering app “Littergram” change its name. The app's owner now claims he has been issued a deadline by which to rebrand.
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A future version of Instagram will take way better photos on the iPhone 7 Plus

A forthcoming will see the Instagram app on iOS tap into all the iPhone 7 Plus's dual-camera sensor has to offer, a company executive said at Apple's press event in early September.
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Go vertical: Portrait orientation is no longer scourge of photo and video

The often-mocked vertical video is here to stay, as both individual creators and news outlets alike are embracing portrait orientation for stills and video. This change of heart, not surprisingly, is a result of mobile apps like Snapchat.
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Instagram on the desktop just got better thanks to this third-party app

Ramme is yet another unofficial desktop app for Instagram, but it's the most versatile one we've tried. It lets you browse, like, comment, search, and even post photos – all from your Mac or PC.
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No stopping Instagram: App joins the billion-downloads club on Google Play

Instagram has become just the 19th app to hit a billion downloads on the Google Play Store. The milestone marks Facebook's fourth entry on the exclusive list, further cementing its dominance in the mobile app market.
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Instagram may be more accurate at diagnosing depression than a doctor, study suggests

When you're feeling blue, your Instagram photos will be more blue (and gray), one study suggests. Using machine learning, a group of researchers were able to correctly identify depressed individuals 70 percent of the time.
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Instagram adds two new rather significant video features in quiet update

Instagram's latest updates comes without a big announcement, but the two new video features are pretty significant -- and still imitate Snapchat. Users can now zoom while shooting video, and iOS users can swap cameras mid-recording.
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Become friends with an Instagram advertiser thanks to new business tools

There are 200,000 advertisers on Instagram, and they're all dying to be your friend. And with Instagram's new business tools, they'll probably succeed. The photo-sharing app has begun rolling out business tools in Europe.