Instagram has rolled out yet another update for the Instagram app for Android platform. Users can now upload short videos from their photo library and can also record videos, provided that their Android devices run on Android 4.0 or higher.
Apart from allowing record and/or upload videos, this new update uses a much better and improved way to manage content when you upload it. Considering the changes, it’s another important update, weighing 16MB update that brings the latest version of the app to 4.1.2.
Android users finally get the feature that they have been waiting for – the ability to upload videos! All users running Android version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher can upload 15-second videos to the popular photo-sharing network. The best part is that you can also upload videos from your gallery, which can be treated (cropping, adjusting, and straightening) before uploading.
On the other hand, Apple iOS consumers can check out the new automatic straightening tool that has been added to Instagram on iOS. Using this tool, you can straighten images of buildings and horizons etc. to make them look much better, and clean. The app helps you correct images that missed out the right angles by small fractions, allowing you to get the perfect picture even if you were not able to capture it.
If you didn’t get the update yet, then head to the Apple App Store and Google Play store, and download the new version right away.