Following its a success unencumber on iPad in late 2013, Codegent has introduced Flow for Instagram to iPhone.
The app offers an Instagram looking experience to Users, and offers options unavailable in the legitimate Instagram app, including pinch-to-zoom on photographs and content material bookmarking.
After logging in with their Instagram account, Users can view content material on their house feed in either a minimalist grid structure (which hides text), or one at a time, as within the respectable Instagram app.
While viewing the content grid, tapping on a submission brings up its associated data, including hashtags, feedback, descriptions and extra.
Extra lengthy press and pinch controls enable Customers to rapidly scroll through their feed, or view extra particular person photos on the screen at the related time, as examples. Relying on the gesture, Customers can zoom in on their content material grid to view greater versions of each and every submit (Whereas still hiding textual content), and might toggle the looks of Customers’ profile photos on their submissions for straightforward identification.
Customers can double-faucet to love posts in either content material view, Whereas commenting lets in Customers to type their remark with a small preview of the image nonetheless in view.
Along With tabs for content material discovery and one’s preferred pictures, Drift for Instagram lets in Users to bookmark specific hashtags or Users for more uncomplicated searching of related content material afterward. Bookmarking a person just isn’t the identical as following them, and Customers aren’t required to Practice the Customers they bookmark.
Flow for Instagram is on hand to obtain at no cost on the iTunes App Store, with a $3.Ninety Nine premium improve unlocking beef up for more than one bills, themes and a protracted home feed. The app used to be reportedly downloaded more than 20,000 times within its first week on iPad.