Instagram will suffer the greatest aesthetic change in its history


There is no social network that in its history has not experienced significant changes in image and functionality, Instagram was not going to be less … Although a few days ago it was of the profiles that will affect the mobile versions in both iOS As in Android, it is now that the first video showing the new design has been filtered. A design that probably likes and dislikes equally, what is certain is that it will require an adaptation time for the bulk of its users.

It has been the profile specialized in news from Android and iOs, WaBetaInfo which has uploaded this video, in which it can be seen how the vertical scroll disappears and is replaced by a horizontal scroll that will allow us to move among the publications of our friends. With this change, Instagram relies on “greater ease of use and accessibility,” although we can not say that the current design generally displeases. However, as often happens on these occasions, it will take a while to get used to the changes.

The interface of the publications in the main feed will undergo a real revolution . In this case a kind of card system is inaugurated, with which we can see publications by sliding to the left. Another aspect that will radically change is the position of the icons that represent the private messages and the user profile. Instagram wants private messages to be in a more accessible way as they are now.

Instagram will suffer the greatest aesthetic change in its history

A full-fledged face-lift

Since its publication for iOS in 2010 and its subsequent adaptation for the Android operating system in 2013, Instagram has been growing exponentially in number of users until today with more than one billion active users. Since then, it is considered that this could be the most radical face-lift in its history.

At the moment it is unknown when all these changes will be available, although it is believed that Instagram could be integrated into small groups of users in order to gather enough feedback before moving on to a complete and global multiplatform implementation.

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