Instagram Now on Windows10 and Tabs Not on iPad

Instagram Now on Windows10 and Tabs Not on iPad

Facebook is expanding and branding the availability of its Instagram on Windows 10 app to both PC and tablets but not on iPad. While Instagram’s first debuted on Windows 10 Mobile, the app was restricted to Microsoft’s mobile phones. Instagram’s Windows 10 app is a universal app and it’s now making its way to PCs and tablets as a result. Instagram has still not built a tailored app for the iPad, and Apple’s tablet users have to use an unoptimized iPhone version.Instagram Now on Windows10 and Tabs Not on iPad.

Instagram Now on Windows10 and Tabs Not on iPad

Instagram default features are all supported in Instagram for Windows 10, including access to Instagram Stories, Direct, and Explore.

And it can also allows to capture, upload, and edit photos, but you’ll need a Windows 10 tablet or PC with a touchscreen to be able to actually upload images.

It’s a bizarre restriction, but devices like Microsoft’s Surface Pro and Surface Book work fine for uploading. You can download Instagram for Windows 10 PCs from Microsoft’s Windows Store.

Instagram Now on Windows10 and Tabs Not on iPad

Use Instagram to:

• Post photos and videos you want to keep on your profile grid. Edit them with filters and creative tools, and combine multiple clips into one video.

• Share multiple photos and videos (as many as you want!) to your story. Bring them to life with text and drawing tools. They disappear after 24 hours and won’t appear on your profile grid or in feed.

• Watch stories from the people you follow in a bar at the top of your feed. View them at your own pace.

• Discover photos and videos you might like and follow new accounts in the Explore tab.

• Send private messages, photos, videos and posts from your feed directly to friends with Instagram Direct.

• Instantly share your posts to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and other social networks.