Instagram Introduces Web App With Full Image Stream, But No Upload

Instagram Introduces Web App With Full Image Stream, But No Upload

There’s news for Instagram fans.

The photo sharing service, now owned by the social giant Facebook, has made its way to web browsers.

Today, the company announced through a blog post that the entire Instagram feed would be available on the web.

This means people won’t have to use their smartphone Instagram app for viewing their feed. They can just log in to the web app to do so.

Users will also be able to see the photos of Instagramers they follow.

The web app has been optimized to work both on desktop and mobile phone browsers. It’s quite similar to the Instagram app smartphones and tablets. The web app also gives the option to like photos and comment on content in real-time.

However, there’s on major thing that can’t be done. Users won’t be able to upload photos through the web app. The company stated the app is for making the browsing experience faster and much more enjoyable.

Opening the URL: will show the web app in the browser, and users can use their Instagram information to log in. The arrow keys can be used to navigate through the photos.

Let us know what you think of the web app if you try it out.

Consumer Expert Adeel Qayum

After reading stories of university drop-outs going on to become ERP sensations, Adeel was motivated to dig deep into their lifestyles. He’s been into the ERP world since 2008, researching and feeding on the latest trends and updates. He also peeks over social media.