Instagram is about to remove IGTV application from various app stores. In that case, Meta-acquired popular social media will refrain from providing all kinds of support for their long-standing standalone IGTV app. Instead, the experience of the original Instagram application is being streamlined, which will benefit the members of the social media. The news from TechCrunch is the first to come up with the above news.
All the features of the IGTV app can be found in the original Instagram application
According to a blog post on Instagram, they will present all the features and benefits of the IGTV app in the main social media application. This will allow users to enjoy videos and other experiences under one roof. The blog post claims that this decision will make the use of Instagram more smooth and effortless. In the same way, in the future too, this organization is committed to providing simple practical experience to its members.
Instagram features ‘Full-screen viewer’ and ‘Tap to mute’ features
In addition to the above changes, features like full-screen viewer and tap to mute will be seen on Instagram very soon. The company is also experimenting with new ways to share one-way video, integrate creation tools and discover content. At the same time, Instagram is pushing for a new advertising experience that, if successful, will allow creators to monetize the ads displayed on their reel videos. From there, ads will pave the way for reel makers to earn extra bonuses.
It is also important to note that from now on, users will be able to post videos up to a maximum of 60 minutes in length on Instagram Feed. Previously, only IGTV apps could post videos of that length, and users had to abandon the original app. But now they can do this from the original app.
Note that to upload a 60-minute video to your Instagram feed, the user has to click on the ‘+’ icon on the right side of the home page. In this case 60 seconds video preview facility will be available on the main page. On the other hand, if suitable for advertising, a maximum of 15 seconds of video preview will be available.