Instagram is an online photo-sharing app developed by Facebook. Instagram was launched in 2010 by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger. It has been downloaded by millions of users all over the world and is largely used on smartphones.
Instagram, owned by tech giant Facebook, has launched its new ‘Reels’ short video feature in 50 countries – including the US – in what appears to be a direct challenge to TikTok. Microsoft is currently in talks to buy the latter.
Olympic champion gymnast Karolina Sevastyanova, who sent the internet wild after being snapped with UFC's Conor McGrgeor, says she “wouldn’t look” at a man with any social media account... an announcement she made on Instagram.
Supermodel Bella Hadid has called out Instagram, after it deleted a post honoring her father “and his birthplace of Palestine.” The Facebook-owned company said the post broke its community guidelines, but Hadid wasn’t satisfied.
Tiffany Trump joined the #BlackoutTuesday trend while her dad slammed “hoodlums” turning George Floyd protests violent, inspiring liberals to hail his youngest daughter as the “best Trump” — for posting a black square.
Yet another vacuous online campaign has been spreading like a digital coronavirus so people can shout how much they care about George Floyd. You might want to practice social media distancing to avoid this cavalcade of banality.