We're aware of an issue that's preventing some users from logging out or switching accounts. We're working on a fix.— Instagram (@instagram) March 29, 2016
We're aware of an issue that's preventing some users from logging out or switching accounts. We're working on a fix.
After the latest app update on iOS devices, the absence of the 'log out' button has left a lot of users, who either use multiple accounts or manage several business accounts, stranded and unable to access their other accounts.
Instagram offers highlights for lesser active users
However, a workaround to the issue is to visit Instagram's website and resume your work until existing issues with the app are sorted.
In other news, Instagram is increasing the permissible length of videos that you will be able to upload from 20 seconds to 60 seconds. As per Instagram, the decision was made after it found that the time spent by people watching videos on Instagram increased by 40 per cent in the last six months. What's more, iOS users will be able to make videos out of multiple clips in camera rolls.
Instagram app brings 3D Touch feature to Android users
"Longer video on Instagram begins rolling out today and will be available for everyone in the coming months. Multi-clip video is available this week as part of Instagram for iOS version 7.19 in Apple’s App Store," said Instagram in a blog post.
The last major update to Instagram's Android app brought in the 3D Touch feature for Android phone users. Thanks to the update, 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.