Thursday, 29 September, 2022

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Instagram changes photo UX

Instagram changes photo UX

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Instagram not only lets its users share pictures with their followers but also reels. The photo and video sharing app also keeps on testing updates to give new features to its users and make their user experience better than ever.

Though Instagram has currently halted its controversial redesign, the company has no plans to stop focusing on full-screen content. Adam Mosseri, Instagram CEO, during a  programme, has confirmed that the app will begin rolling out the ultratall 9:16 photos feature in a week or two, according to a report by The Verge.

Some photographers have criticized Instagram's TikTok-like redesign for the way it forced all photos to awkwardly display in a 9:16 frame. The new feed also added overlay gradients to the bottom of posts so that text would be easier to read.