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Android Users can now Use Instagram in Offline Mode

    I really think, the header topic should be like “We can now use Instagram in Offline Mode” Because am one of the best users of Android OS. Anyway, the good news is real.

    One of the best and most popular social app has now unveiled another updates for their users and these one is a boom in disguise. Using any applications in offline mode seems to be more interesting, everyone wants to be in the dark mode once in a while.

    This was launched during the Facebook’s F8 conference, Instagram announced that it’s added offline support for its Android app, so you can browse and create posts even without a connection.

    But you have to work it out; This is how to do that:-

    Any posts your phone has already downloaded while connected to Wi-Fi or your mobile data plan will be available to view, comment on, like and save. You’ll also be able to create posts and save drafts. Once you’re back online, your actions will be beamed to the app’s servers.

    Congratulations to Instagram, more than 600 million users and about 200 million of them now use the ephemeral messaging feature that’s more than Snapchat.

    You’ll also be able to see content you’ve loaded previously, such as as profiles they’ve visited before and posts in the Explore tab. Other features includes; Selfie stickers, group your saved posts into collections.