No one is a stranger to an accidental spelling error or that awful auto-correct oops. Now, thanks to the new Instagram update for Android and iOS users, spelling mishaps are no more.
The update, which is iOS version 6.2 and Android version 6.10, was released early this week. It now allows users of the social media application to be able to finally, and I mean finally
, edit their photo captions without having to delete the photo and re-post it.
According to the Instagram Blog
, one of the top requests from users was to add the ability to edit spelling mishaps in the captions, and Instagram has ultimately answered their users' pleas.
Now, users will simply find the "Edit" option in the menu bar below the image they wish to change.
Photo of simplistic new editing feature
The second major change this update has brought to all the insta-lovers out there are modifications to the oh-so-fun Explore section.
The most obvious change is the icon has transformed from a compass to a magnifying glass image. Plus, there are now two sections to explore, "Photos" and "People".
Photo showing the new Explore page
This new adjustment to the Explore page will allow users to find people they wish to follow more easily by displaying accounts they may be interested in. The photos tab has not changed in that it is the usual scrolling grid of photos and videos.
For all of the Instagram junkies out there, this update should be a hallelujah for you, as it was for myself.
Let me know what you think of the update in a comment below! :)
By Olivia G.