Instagram also can categorize your photos by location. The app automatically gathers all your past Instagram photos where you activated geotagging and puts them on a map so you and your followers can browse by location. The app defaults to showing all geotagged images (once you have given the OK), but you can select or deselect images if you don't want certain locations to show on the map. With the new features, people will have a Photo Map button in their profile pages that you can touch to show a map of all their images.
It's important to note that sometimes you won't want to post location information (like where you live) to the public. Parents of kids who use Instagram would be wise to make sure their kids do not geotag their photos for the same reasons. With that said, this interface change makes it so your images don't disappear down the endless feed and gives people a much easier way to see all the images you have created.
The latest version of the app for iOS adds more useful features including a faster camera so you can capture shots more quickly than earlier versions; improved tilt-shift tools that let you adjust the area in focus; and the ability to scroll infinitely through user photos and while browsing all user images. Android users only get the new "Willow" filter and stability improvements in the update.
Overall, Instagram is an excellent way to take retro-looking shots and share them with anyone. The popularity of the app gives you tons of content to browse and offers the possibility that your images will be seen by a large number of people.
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