Instagram is adding these features amid reports that ByteDance is working with partners to bring TikTok back to the country. The company has yet to reveal any official details.
- Instagram now allows users to save Reels for 90 seconds.
- The latest update with new features is available for iOS and Android.
- Reels was launched almost two years ago when TikTok was banned in India.
Instagram now allows users to save Reels for 90 seconds, which was previously limited to 60 seconds. Reels was launched nearly two years ago when TikTok was banned in India, and since then it’s the first time Instagram has extended the deadline for its Reels short video platform.
Instagram has also added several other features, such as templates, interactive stickers, new sound effects, and the ability to import your own audio. The latest update with new features is available for iOS and Android. Users can simply go to their respective play stores to install the update.
Since Reels was available in India, the photo sharing platform has added several updates to improve the overall user experience. By adding these features, Instagram is trying to make Reels more interactive than ever. Instagram is adding these features amid reports that ByteDance is working with partners to bring TikTok back to the country. The company has yet to reveal any official details.
By extending the time limit to 90 seconds, Instagram says it wants to give Reels users more space to show off their visuals and story. “You’ll have more time to say more about yourself, shoot extra behind-the-scenes clips, dig deeper into the nuances of your content, or whatever else you want to do with that extra time,” Instagram said in a post. official blog post. .
Earlier this week, Instagram added a new alert feature called Amber alert, which allows users to see and share notices of missing children in their area. The Amber Alert tool was developed in partnership with organizations such as the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) in the US, the International Center for Missing & Exploited Children, the National Crime Agency in the UK United, the attorney general’s office in Mexico. , Australian Federal Police and more, the company explained.
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