Instagram Might Soon Allow Multi-Photo Albums, Beta Testing Ongoing

Instagram is undoubtedly one of the most popular social media platforms today, alongside Facebook, YouTube, and Snapchat. It seems like the developers of Instagram is still on the quest for improvement, as it launches a test for a new feature that could majorly change the way people use the social media app.

Instagram has come a long way since it was first launched in 2010. Through the years, the social media platform has evolved, adding more photo filters and allowing users to collage their photos without necessarily using a separate app for making the collage. Recently, Instagram took another step forward in the quest for further enhancement. According to Tech Crunch, Instagram is currently testing multi-photo album posts.

A new Instagram update has reportedly been made available to beta testers on Android. The said Instagram update reportedly lets users select multiple images from the camera roll of their phone and allow them to compress them all in a single post.

Droid Life was reportedly the first to spot the multi-photo album feature of Instagram. It was confirmed later on by The Verge and other beta users. However, not all beta testers can try the multi-photo album feature just yet.

According to Droid Life, beta testers can select up to 10 images to post at once and can edit each photo with separate filters and other manual photo edits available. As of writing, Instagram has yet to release an official statement regarding the multi-photo album features.

Meanwhile, lots of Instagram users have shown their interest in what could be the latest Instagram update to sweep the social media platforms soon. The layout feature of Instagram might be good enough for those who want to make a collage of their photos. However, having the option of editing the photo separately, filters and all, will definitely be another groundbreaking feature for Instagram.

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