Instagram for iOs gets a new update, landscape option fixed
Instagram for iOS has just been updated. The new version is available in the Apple store and it has some important changes. The landscape option has been fixed and users will be able to take landscape pictures and videos properly. This was one of the main issues after the launch of the app back in June. The landscape mode didn’t work properly and since the launch the developers have been trying to solve the problem. Back in June, Harrison Weber said that people preferred taking videos in landscape mode, but Instagram did not flip the videos recorded.
Now the bug is fixed as well as some other minor issues and improvements. There are also brand new features. Among them is the Cinema support for front facing shooters. Cinema is a brand new feature and Instagram is trying to distinguish itself from the other similar apps available. However, the function is quite similar to You Tube’s Capture. All in all, Instagram got a small, but important update, bringing new features, some improvements and bug fixes. The Android version of the app is also expected to get a new update soon.
Instagram is an app for easy capturing and sharing of the best moments with your iPhone. The app has many customizable effects and filters which can be added to your pictures. The files can be easily shared with your network or friends in a simple photo stream. Users will be able to make videos in landscape mode with a nice cinematic stabilization. Several linear and radial tilt-build effects can be applied to your videos. The new version supports both rear and front facing cameras. The Instagram app for iOS is available for free in the Apple’s App store. Download it from here.