Photo-sharing app Instagram announced Wednesday, November 7, 2012 that user profile pages will be coming to the web.
According to the company’s blog, all users will be able to view their profiles within the next week or so. These web pages are a new, simple way to view and share your photos with more people.
In October 2010, Instagram started as a mobile only network allowing users to take photos, edit them, and share with others.
A little over two years later, social networking siteFacebook purchased the company for $1 billion and hasnow made the transition to the web browser. Now users may view profiles by entering “instagram.com/[username here]”.
“Instagram is focused on the production of photos from mobile devices so users are not currently able to upload from the web,” Instagram said in a blog post.However, users may still follow/un-follow other users, comment, and like content on the site.
Written By: Mia Victory