Interestingly, Instagram Focus supports video - unlike Apple's portrait mode - meaning your mini-vlogs and PSAs can be aired with more facial clarity than ever before. As such, the new Instagram feature allows users to tap a photo to blur the background and focus on the subject.
Instagram did not immediately respond to PCMag's request for comment, but tells TechCrunch it's now testing this feature. You can take selfies or regular photos this way.
Instagram says that this feature is available on the iPhone SE, 6S, 6S Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus and the X as well as select Android devices. The company has shown green flag to the new feature by confirming the update during a press release.
"We are encouraged by Instagram's consistent strong showing and rising engagement, reflecting a strong defensive positive vs. Snapchat's presence as teens' favorite platform (though by a shrinking margin)", writes analyst Sam Kemp in the report. The feature is launched for the Stories section in Instagram. I'm pretty much sure that you are very well aware of these options since you are already using this options a long ago. It could make it simple to follow a friend you just met by having them open their Nametag and then you scanning it.
Apart from this, today's Instagram update also brings @mention stickers on iOS in Stories. The new mode is now situated between the Superzoom and Boomerang modes, so do check it out. Once you see a good looking object, tap on the Shutter button.
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