Instagram Launches Full Image Feed For Web Browsers, Including Commenting And Liking Functions
Instagram has just announced that its full feed has made its way to the web, meaning that users no longer have to access through the dedicated mobile apps to check out all of their content, and participate in the conversation around posted photos. The web-based feed comes in both desktop- and mobile-optimized flavors, meaning you're set if you're using something like BlackBerry not yet graced by an official app (minus the ability to post photos, of course).
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Instagram has just announced that its full feed has made its way to the web, meaning that users no longer have to access through the dedicated mobile apps to check out all of their content, and participate in the conversation around posted photos. The web-based feed comes in both desktop- and mobile-optimized flavors, meaning you’re set if you’re using something like BlackBerry not yet graced by an official app (minus the ability to post photos, of course).

On the web, it looks like basically what you’d see in either of the mobile apps, as you can see from the screenshot above, and the mobile version is essentially the same. You can double-click on photos to like them (or use the convenient “heart” button, too), and see conversations inline. The new web view also means you’ll be able to browse on your iPad or Android tablet dependably (there are third-party apps that try to accomplish this, but not well for the most part), and at least consume content if not actively create it.

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