If you download an Instagram app now or update your existing one, the app will let you like a picture or even share it by just long pressing on it! This way, you won't have to open an image or search for options to like or share.
Instagram offers highlights for lesser active users
You can also preview any picture on the app by long pressing on it instead of pressing harder which you need to do on an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus. However, you will not be able to see how many users liked the picture or shared it.
Instagram was one of the first photo apps to launch an app for Apple Watch followed by other Android Wear devices. Earlier this year, Instagram also started sharing 'Highlights' for users who aren't too active and visit the app sparingly. The feature let lesser active users to view updates and pictures posted chronologically since they last logged in to the website or the app.
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In a move to increase daily footfalls, Instagram also denied Twitter the option to pin-in Instagram pictures to ensure Twitter did not offer users a separate platform for viewing them.
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