Today Instagrams co-founder Mike Krieger announced the new features rolled out for an iPhone and iPhone 7s, and it doesn’t require any app update.Now there is a possibility to post GIFs to Instagram stories.Apple live photos now can be converted into Boomerang.Even, if you didn’t shoot them in its standalone Boomerang app.Instagram on an iPhone 7 and iPhone 7s plus now support full-color capture and display.Any of iPhone owners can share even more vividly.
Before that Instagram first announced an iPhone 7 series specific features back in September at the device’s unveiling, including live photo conversions and deep color to Boomerang app, as well as a one-finger zoom on the 7plus, particular color filter and instant access to the Instagram stories camera with 3D touch.
When you’re using the live photo-to-Boomerangs, there is a new color, but the color may be terrible to see.At the time of turn a live photo into Boomerang app, open Instagram in that go to in-app camera and swipe left.Then, swipe up to upload that has been taken in the last 24 hours live photo from your camera roll.While previewing your post, you can use 3D touch on the given image, and a loading wheel will appear.There itself the live photo will look as a Boomerangs.
- Swipe up from the Instagram Stories on camera
- Select a Live Photo from your smartphone camera roll
- 3D Touch on the image preview
- The image will convert to a Boomerangs
Now Instagram competing directly with Facebook photos, SnapChat via stories app is trying to get every edge it can be. While SnapChat specialized in illustrated geo filters and goofy selfie lenses for particular places, Instagram has opted for international approach and more artful, with different location stickers and drawing brushes that work for anywhere around the world.
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