Last year, Instagram introduced web profiles, in an attempt to extend the viewing of Instagram profiles and photos over the web, giving others, including those without an Instagram account, a look at the content being shared on Instagram. And to emulate the mobile app experience, Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom announced the launch of Instagram feeds via web.
While uploading photos is still via Instagram app only (with your iOS or Android device, and soon on BlackBerry 10), when you log in at Instagram.com, your Instagram feed on the web allows you to browse the latest posts of Instagram’ers you follow, like photos by double-clicking or pressing the heart-shaped button, and interact by leaving a note or two with inline commenting. You can also view web profiles of likers, photo pages, and even report inappropriate posts. The focus, according to Instagram, is to make the browsing experience as fast, simple and enjoyable as the mobile app.
So access to your Instagram account is no longer limited to mobile phones, with a web browser on any device (mobile or desktop) you can now keep the good vibes rolling with your Instagram’ing.
Screenshot from an iPad 4.