Despite the Facebook maneuvers, Instagram has apparently provoked popularity this year.
Even as users of #DeleteFacebook and boycotting Twitter, Instagram has built the reputation of a peaceful social network without the struggle for democracy and the unpleasantness of privacy. People are even willing to ignore the fact that Facebook owns and runs Instagram! Snapchat's unpopular redesign can also be a factor.
There is something about the restrictions on sharing photos and videos that make users healthier. Instagram is also an eight-year iPhone application – launched the same year as the iPad. As 2019 appears, the only iPhone limit is what Instagram should remove and finally make an iPad application.
Instagram makes iPad applications
There's so much sense. Instagram is fantastic for sharing our favorite photos and videos, and iPads are wonderful because they value both. Instagram The stories are even wonderful (despite being obviously sneaky from Snapchat). It seems that IGTV is a total dud, but the tablet version would be neat if it were not!
Facebook and Instagram know that iPad exists. Facebook is doing half-way business or Facebook and Messenger support on the iPad, and Instagram even has two iPad camera applications – Hyperlapse and Boomerang – just not, you know, the main application.
(Instagram's Layout application is also very beautiful. I see that many people use free alternatives to support ads with watermarks on the collage.
Instagram killed an iPad application
The lack of dedicated Instagram application for iPad was once an opportunity for developers. Retro for Instagram was a great solution, for example, but Instagram has changed its API that has allowed developers access to their apps.
Good time, Instagram API, good times
Instagram killed the market for iPad app alternatives without making their own. Even Twitter's team for Mac has to take into account that savage – at least they are only handicapped third-party apps after they have killed their MacOS client!
Web applications are not apps
One of the arguments is that the "progressive web application" on Instagram is good enough to save it to the home screen. It's okay, but it's a total "sweet solution" that can not enjoy the benefits of the real iPad app.
The iPhone version can be run in a comic window with a letterbox or increased for the price of fidelity resolution, but there is no landscape support and many iPads are plugged into the keyboard.
This, but as a real application, would be better than now
There is a better way
Another argument against the Instagram for iPad is that it is a problem with inherited technology: the quality of the photo may be too low to be properly present on the tablet screen.
But this is a problem that can be easily conceived! Instagram could deliver a network of photos and even mix ads between them! Bigger screen, more ads! This is my best step for Instagram.
This awesome concept Parker Ortolani is another great example of how Instagram can customize its iPad iPhone application without losing visual fidelity to the big screen. I would like to sit and view photos and videos on iPad Instagram in the density range of information with such original resolution.
I think there is no hope of returning the Gotham filter, but I'm optimistic that Instagram for iPad just needs to be around the corner. Now that Videos and Messages and Stories, group video calls, walkie talkie and hundreds of other features are now available thanks to Instagram's decision to aggressively compete with Snapchat, Instagram for iPad must be next on the list, right? Could be? I hope …
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