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Instagram adds account switching features

Both the Apple and the Android users can however use such application. Once someone adds more than one profile, then he or she will see the multiple profile options coming on the screen.

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Are you bored of the same old account? Are you switching your phone for having more than one account? Are you irritated of improper multi tasking?

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If the answer is in affirmative, then here is a piece of good news. Instagram is now offering you to keep two or more accounts in the same devices giving a great opportunity for the multi-tasking people.

These accounts can be kept in one device but this unique facility is available only in the latest 7.15 version of the Instagram application. According to Instagram blog post, users need to go the settings for adding up the additional profilers.

Both the Apple and the Android users can however use such application. Once someone adds more than one profile, then he or she will see the multiple profile options coming on the screen.

They also have reinstalled the feature called “Peek Feature” for the Android users allowing them to save any picture by peeking them. This feature was previously taken back for some unknown reasons.

This feature is actually developed taking an inspiration from the 3D application of the Apple’s iOS users.

Instagram has become one of the most popular applications for the social-savvy people. Share your pictures from many accounts using just one phone and be the star of the social platform.

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