Instagram is one of the most popular apps in the Play Store and it’s well-developed and well-maintained. However, we have readers that own the Samsung Galaxy S8 who’ve been complaining about the app that reportedly keeps on crashing. We have already addressed similar issues in the past but the for the benefit of our readers
The error message “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” on your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is a notification that’s telling you about the app that crashed. It’s not the only sign of an app crash. Other symptoms would include apps that close immediately after opening but others can actually still use the app before it closes on
The fashion industry is constantly changing. Keeping this in mind, it makes sense for the fans to be in sync with the trends, especially as they’re prone to so many changes. Some of the popular social media apps have also turned into a daily fashion feed for most of the bloggers and fashionistas. We help you
Instagram, being one of the most popular apps in the Google Play Store, is well-developed and maintained and if there are problems with it, they would be minimal and oftentimes easy to fix. However, some of the owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have been complaining about the app that reportedly keeps on crashing.
Being updated regularly, Instagram should work properly on any device including the LG G7 ThinQ. However, we have readers who’ve been complaining about the app because it reportedly keeps on crashing. An app crash can either be characterized by an error that, in this case, says “Unfortunately, Instagram has stopped” or the app may keep
Update: Facebook has confirmed the restoration of normal services for all three apps, so things should be back up now. Earlier today, some people and businesses experienced trouble uploading or sending images, videos and other files on our apps and platforms. The issue has since been resolved and we should be back at 100% for
Instagram is reportedly working on a new update that allows users to reclaim lost or stolen accounts directly through the app. Currently, the process involves filling out a support form or sending the Instagram team an email. But thanks to the new changes, users will be able to ask for a verification code over their
Instagram may have become the most popular and most used photo-sharing app for both iOS and Android platforms but just like any other app, it’s not perfect. In fact, a new loophole has been discovered recently. According to experts, the new Instagram security flaw may allow attackers to delete photos or even take over accounts.
#Instagram has announced a new version 10.3 update for the #Android app which introduces a “Save” feature. Simply put, this feature allows you to save posts that you might want to check out later. The posts are saved in one convenient location, so you don’t have to worry about finding them. The posts that you
According to a new leak, Snapchat’s popular “Story” feature could be making its way to #WhatsApp soon. As you are probably aware, the feature has already been blatantly ripped off by #Facebook (on its own platform recently and Instagram previously). Since Facebook owns WhatsApp as well, it’s understandable why it would want to bring this feature
One of the most widely used image sharing sites and social media platforms, #Instagram, has a social responsibility to help users in need. Understanding this notion perfectly, the makers of Instagram have now implemented an algorithm within the app/site, which informs users who appear to be prone to depression or suicide to get counseling or
#Instagram has seen several upgrades over the past few months, including something that angered fans of Snapchat. Well, the company has announced a new feature today, but a far less controversial one. Users will be pleased to know that your favorite photo sharing app is now getting pinch-to-zoom support, allowing you to zoom into pictures
A new report has revealed that #Instagram has now breached the 500 million user barrier, making it one of the most popular photo sharing service out there. What’s better is that the company claims that there are about 300 million users who access Instagram every day, speaking volumes about its popularity, although it’s only about