Instagram Blog: Announcing Instagram 4.1 -
A little over a month ago we launched Video on Instagram, and today we’re happy to bring you our next major app update. We’ve included a few of the most requested features and added something special as well. Here’s what you’ll find in Instagram 4.1:
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Detroit, birthplace of the U.S. auto industry and once the country’s fourth-largest city, is mounting a comeback after decades of decline. — Detroit 2.0: Can Startups Lead the Motor City’s Comeback Charge?
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Instagram for Business: Introducing Instagram Web Embeds -
Today, we’re excited to introduce web embedding for Instagram content and bring you an easy way to add Instagram photos and videos to the stories you want to tell.
Now, when you visit an Instagram photo or video page on your desktop web browser, you’ll see a new share button on the right side of…
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July is a slow sports month. We want to do something about that.
Join us this Thursday night at 9PM Eastern for our first Watch With Fancred. We will be watching the first episode of the first season of Friday Night Lights. Never seen Friday Night Lights? You should. It’s an Emmy award-winning show that ran from 2006-2011. It’s a football show about life.
So get your popcorn ready, get your tissues ready, get your ‘creding ready.
See you Thursday night at 9PM.
Weather Photo Blog: AGVI's Clouds -
Hello my dear cloud addicts!
Here’s your “upper cloud addict” again! And I have to say, my week was bad… That means: bad for my addiction… Way too many clouds!!
Unbelievable how many clouds there still are here in The Netherlands. We all expected a blue sky around this time…