Instagram for Windows 10 Mobile: Beta Version Available For Download; Resembles iOS App

Instagram for Windows 10 Mobile: Beta Version Available For Download; Resembles iOS App

Who doesn’t want to be a part of Windows 10? Every brand is looking forward to add something valuable to this operating system. This time, it is Instagram for Windows 10 mobile. Yes, the photo sharing app owned by Facebook has launched a beta version for phones running Microsoft’s latest OS.


Since this a beta version of Instagram for Windows 10 mobile, the app will come with its own problems. If you encounter any issue while using the app, you can report them to the company. How to do that? Shake your phone to launch the feedback interface. You can report any issues you are facing with the Instagram for Windows 10 mobile beta version here. The app’s size is 19.21 MB so make sure you have that much of free space in your phone before you start downloading the app.

Instagram for Windows 10 mobile is similar to the app we have seen in iOS. According to ibtimes, the app is “upgrading the interface and adding in missing features. In particular, users can now direct message both photos and videos to each other.” Windows Central also shared  app description on its site where Instagram has listed down a few features of the app. Here they are:

  • Edit photos and videos with free, custom-designed filters.
  • Improve photos with 10 advanced creative tools to change brightness, contrast and saturation as well as shadows, highlights and perspective.
  • Find people to follow based on the accounts and photos you already love.
  • Connect with Instagrammers all over the world and keep up with their photos and videos.
  • Send private photo and video messages directly to friends.

Test the beta version of Instagram for Windows 10 mobile and tell the company what improvements you want in the app. Once the app is launched, you will not be able to keep your demands. So, go download Instagram now.

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